Leeds fans are in disbelief over 'unreal' club record following latest Premier League win
Leeds United supporters can’t believe they sit on top of the in-form Premier League table following their 2-0 win over Southampton this week.
As a Premier League form table from the Fishy shows, Leeds sit top of the perch by one point with six wins, three draws and just a sole loss in their last ten league fixtures.
Marcelo Bielsa’s side has also faced off against some of the top teams in the division during that run, including Manchester United, Liverpool, and this season’s champions Manchester City, who the Yorkshire side beat 2-1.
Leeds’ latest win in the Premier League saw the Whites confirm a top-ten spot in the division in their first season back in the English top-flight, and for supporters on social media, they couldn’t quite believe how good their form had been in recent weeks.
Here’s what some Leeds fans had to say on Twitter about their form over the past ten Premier League games…
Got to add we’ve played pretty much all of the top teams too! Quite outstanding really!
— victor calver (@CalverVictor) May 18, 2021
Waits for the lazy journos '2nd season syndrome' quotes. Nothing better to be at…
Fantastic club! Fantastic manager and staff! Fantastic support!
— Duncan 🏆💛💙 (@mcallidu) May 18, 2021
I knows it’s a obvious thing to say because it’s clear from the table but to actually say that we’ve been the best team in the league over a sustained period of time like this is mad. With our run in to!
— Ryan Day (@RyanJDay) May 18, 2021
Unreal this 😍 https://t.co/nO8BVFsmXC
— Dan (@dantheleedsfan) May 19, 2021
— Aaron Hubble (@Hubble89) May 19, 2021
the new ‘big 6’ https://t.co/0nUVB06GPR
— Rob (@lufcrob0) May 19, 2021
Leeds will be hoping to build on this form for next season, with Bielsa looking likely to stay with the club for a third year.
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