LEEDS United stayed top of the Championship on goal difference after edginga five-goal thriller against Ipswich Town at Elland Road.
Our man Phil Hay was there – as usual – to rate the individual performances of Leeds’s players. But who got got top marks? And do you agree? Add your comments down the bottom ...
Felix Wiedwald - The passing between him and United’s defence was a bit forced and invited pressure. Should have done better with Ipswich’s second goal. 5/10
Luke Ayling - The best of the defenders. Tackled hard and ran Leeds out of trouble on a number of occasions. 7/10
Conor Shaughnessy - A midfielder’s through-ball for the opening goal but there were issues with United’s marking and without Pontus Jansson, set-pieces were more of a problem. 6/10
Liam Cooper - A day when Leeds looked like shipping a few goals and Ipswich did a decent job of turning Cooper and asking questions of him. 6/10
Vurnon Anita - A fragile point in United’s line-up as Ipswich ran at him. It made sense to turn to Berardi, even though the visitors continued to threaten on that side. 5/10
Eunan O’Kane - A big push from him in the last 15 minutes disrupted Ipswich’s flow and kept them out. Put his hand up when commitment was needed. 8/10
Kalvin Phillips - Four goals for the season now and took this one with a very precise finish. The balance in midfield ebbed and flowed but he stuck at it. 8/10
Gjanni Alioski - Not everything worked for him but was always a threat and kept Ipswich on their toes. Won the corner from which Bialkowski flapped. 7/10
Samuel Saiz - A nice little touch for Phillips’ finish and was busy from the start. Willing to graft as Ipswich tried to nick a point. 8/10
Pablo Hernandez - The odd glorious touch and tried to spread the game with some ambitious passing. The threat posed by Leeds never tailed off. 7/10
Pierre-Michel Lasogga - Finishing with the confidence of a striker who expects to score. Fitting nicely into Christiansen’s front four. 8/10
Gaetano Berardi (for Anita, 60) - Christiansen had to do something about that area of his defence. Berardi put himself about but Ipswich still found space down the right. 5/10
Stuart Dallas (for Hernandez, 76) - Came on in search of a killer goal but didn’t have much of a chance to find it. 5/10
Jay-Roy Grot (for Lasogga, 85) - Worth being on the pitch for one block on Iorfa alone. In a small way, helped to see United over the line. 5/10
Subs (not used): Andy Lonergan, Matthew Pennington, Mateusz Klich, Kemar Roofe..
Referee: Geoff Eltringham (County Durham) - A little lenient with certain fouls which might have deserved bookings but not at all bad. 6/10