Arsenal 4-2 Leeds United: One Day

Leeds are always in with a chance, and sometimes it’s infuriating, like a disobedient puppy too cute to be mad with.

Leeds United 2-0 Crystal Palace: Out of Their League

Raphinha didn’t score, Raphinha didn’t assist. His pass completion was the worst of the Peacocks, and statistically — absurdly — none of his five attempted dribbles were ‘successful’. I guess it depends what you mean by success.

Leeds United 1-2 Everton: Whirling

Marcelo Bielsa is one manager opposing players must want sacked, bags packed, out of the Premier League. His gruelling murderball sessions are notorious, but that’s his own squad and their own business.

Leicester City 1-3 Leeds United: Old Spice

There was shock, in Bielsa’s first few months at Leeds, about the way he took the squad immediately to the top of the Championship. They still haven’t found their limit.

Leeds United 0-1 Brighton: Midwinter

Bielsa’s Leeds are bad in winter. Open your curtains: does it look like winter out there? Exactly. Now look at Leeds trying to play football against Brighton. But not for too long. See?

Tottenham 3-0 Leeds United: You Know The Scene, Very Humdrum

When the football year begins with a humdrum defeat in line with the form book and the transfer market, it’s a reminder that this is the Premier League in 2021, where attention wanders easily from the pitch to the timeline.

West Brom 0-5 Leeds United: Against Nature

Last night’s Premier League results are an embarrassment for the greatest league in the world: three 1-0s and a 0-0. Except the Leeds game. Even accounting for Burnley’s sinkhole opposition, there have been 21 goals in the Peacocks’ four festive matches. And what goals!