Was that Leeds’ first real “schooling” in the Premier League? They tore around like dervishes in the first 20 minutes and I do wonder if Wolves showed them a little too much respect. The visitors calmed things down before half-time and then emerged with much more aggression and intent, being unfortunate not to see Saiss’s goal count and then getting slightly luckier with Jimenez’s deflected winner. Leeds, for all their endeavour, didn’t create anything you could call a clear chance in the entire game – Coady, Boly and Kilman were all superb at the back. Well played Wolves – and for Leeds, look, it happens. Some of these players were doing fairly averagely in the second tier two or three years back. There will be wobbles and this one doesn’t bring much shame.
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Suarez passed a negative test for coronavirus and will return to the General group of Atletico tomorrow