As fans we clamoured for it, Leeds United duly delivered. Starting with the Burnley game, continuing with the Birmingham game, Leeds United produced a performance.

Against Birmingham, Steve Evans’ team looked like a coherent and dangerous side as they cut into the Blues time after time.

Routinely finding themselves gaining the upper-hand, the Whites pressed home an early advantage given to them by Stuart Dallas’ 10th minute shot from outside the area, eventually allowing the  Northern Irishman to score a second with another out-of-the-area thunderbolt of a volley.

The game finished 2-1 to Leeds United, with head coach Steve Evans talking about hard work in training towards freeing up players in attacking zones, players such as Lewis Cook and Mirco Antenucci.

Whilst the result was welcome, the performance was much more so. Here are 5 things that Leeds can do to carry this forward to Saturday and Reading, starting with…

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