Leeds United Player Wins MVP of the Match After Epic Win Against Chelsea For The First Time In 19-Years
Leeds United’s last known win against Chelsea stretched to December 2002 [which is exactly 19 years and 8 months], when they won on a 2-0 score-line at home, such momentum was witnessed today as they broke the deadlock with a humiliating 3-0 victory at Elland Road courtesy of Brenden Aaronson, Rodrigo and Jack Harrison brilliant finishes.
On an unbeaten streak, Jesse Marsch faced his fears against their biggest dominant to record the club’s 5th win in 21 outings by deploying the best tactics and players to get the job done.
Although dominated less (40% in ball Possession), Leeds United capitalised on their created chances to get the best results. Brenden Aaronson opened the scoring opportunities after heavy pressure on Edouard Mendy, Rodrigo then doubled up from a set piece through the assistance of Jackson Harrison in the scope of four minutes [33rd and 37th] before halftime and Harrison with the crucial third to finalise the results in epic victory.
And as a tradition in every match, where the most outstanding player is rewarded with an individual award, the Most Valuable Player [MVP] – Leeds United star Jack Harrison who scored and assisted was honoured.