Leeds United saw their poor recent form in London continue on Saturday afternoon when they went down 1-0 to QPR in the early kick off, and after the match their fans showed no love at all for a key man.
The Whites headed down to the capital having won just one of their last 18 matches in the city, hoping that they could end that shocking run against hosts who leak goals for fun this season.
That was the script, but sadly for Leeds fans their players couldn’t act it out, as they went down 1-0 to a controversial goal from Nakhi Wells in the first half, with the Bermuda international controlling the ball with his hand before firing past Kiko Casilla, for what turned out to be the winning strike.
It should not have been that way though, as once again the Whites created a host of good chances, but contrived to miss them all, as they fell to a defeat which keeps the chasing pack in the Championship promotion race extremely interested.
Leeds’ best chance to level the scoring came from the spot, after the home keeper was adjudged to have fouled Patrick Bamford. The striker picked himself up to take the penalty but could only see a tame kick comfortably saved.
The Whites huffed and puffed after that, but chances of a comeback went when midfielder Kalvin Phillips ploughed into a tackle late on, and was rightly given his marching orders.
It was not he who felt the wrath of the Leeds fans on Twitter after the game though, that fell at the feet of Bamford, who many supporters of the Yorkshire club believe is not the man who is going to fire them back to the Premier League.
They were pretty damning of the Whites forward when posting their thoughts on the former Chelsea starlet once the final whistle had sounded.
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