But that’s how they rated individually.
ROBERT SANCHEZ 8/10
He made a save when he got up to block a shot, but his work on crosses was what set him apart from another solid display and a clean sheet.
JOEL VELTMAN 8/10
If we keep praising him, how can he be the unsung star of this team? Just so consistent in defense and can use the ball cleverly.
LEWIS DUNK 8/10
A brave header when he was slammed in the face created an opportunity for Webster, but this was mostly about rock-solid defensive work.
ADAM WEBSTER 8/10
Will be aware he should have scored from a header in what was the best of three chances in the first half. Made his main task of defending and playing well, occasionally handing the game around cleverly.
PERVIS ESTUPINAN 7/10
A striking debut, to say the least. Produced some exciting stuff on his side, looked very skilled on the ball and produced some good interceptions. Also worked on the goal. But his level of performance dropped with fatigue and it was the right time to wean him. Still, an interesting addition.
ALEXIS MAC ALLISTER 8/10
Continues to revel in that midfield role of winning the ball, using it economically and getting others moving.
MOISES CAICEDO 8/10
If Mac falls behind, he can go forward – as he proved when he did his part to score. So athletic and does a lot of good work on the pitch.
ONLY 7th/10th MARCH
A dangerous exit on the bottom right that just needs the finishing touches. This time his work was more about attacking than defending.
PASCAL BIG 9/10
Produced the expert finish after twice brilliantly creating chances that should have been buried. His progressive death has been a joy to watch on a number of occasions. A vintage large display – once without Cruyff tournaments.
LEANDRO TROSSARD 7/10
It’s tempting to say he was below his best and had a frustrating afternoon, which is largely true. But he often attracted defenders and used that to put the ball on goal – and his ball to March in the first half competed with Gross for the game’s passing.
DANNY WELBECK 8/10
Continue to be the focus of the attack. This was best exemplified on goal, but there’s a bit of Welbeck graft early on in many of the Albion moves that make up the highlights.
SUBS – TARIQ LAMPTEY 7/10
It looked lively on the right.
ENOCK MWEPU 6/10
Retained the position as front man in the final ways.
LEVI COLWILL N/A
A decent job as he helped protect the leadership.
KAORU MITOMA N/A
Not much chance of blinding, but some really valuable little things that help get the job done.
JAN PAUL VAN HECKE N/A
A handy late insurance as Leeds put men and the ball forward.
https://www.theargus.co.uk/sport/20811128.brighron-plauers-rated-1-0-win-leeds-united/?ref=rss This is how Brighron Plauers rated the 1-0 win against Leeds United