LEEDS UNITED manager Garry Monk thought his side fully deserved their 3-2 win against Norwich City on Saturday.
Norwich led at half-time through Robbie Brady’s header, only for Leeds to deservedly turn the game on its head with goals through Pontus Jansson - his first for the club - and Chris Wood.
Kyle Lafferty got the Canaries back on terms on 87 minutes with virtually his first touch after coming off the bench, but fellow sub Ronaldo Vieira had the final say with a stunning long-range strike in injury time.
“Over the course of the game I thought we were the better team and got what we deserved in the end, “ insisted Monk.
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“I think the first 20 minutes was the best start to a game we have had since I have been here, We looked sharp, should have put some of our chances away and then found ourselves behind when we conceded a really poor goal.
“I told the lads at half-time that if they repeated those first 20 minutes in the second half there was a result to be had and full credit to the lads, they went out there and did just that.
“We showed the spirit in the group to get back in front and when they equalised we came back at them again and got the result we deserved at a very difficult place to come. It was a great strike from Ronny, a goal worthy of winning any game.”