Leeds manager, Marcelo Bielsa, has blamed his boys for not living up to expectations when they lost 2-0 to Brighton on Saturday.
“We didn’t play well. The victory for the opponent was fair. We created very little danger and it was difficult for us to recover the ball.
“The game was hard with the height of their centre-backs. We couldn’t avoid them initiating the play nor could we overcome them trying to get in behind.”
Brighton have won eight of their past nine league games against Leeds.
Leeds have lost five consecutive away league games against an opponent without scoring for the first time in their history. They have lost their last five visits to Brighton by an aggregate score of 11-0.
Brighton kept their seventh home clean sheet of the season – only Manchester City and Chelsea, with nine, have more at home in the Premier League this term.
Only Leicester (10) have won more penalties than Brighton (nine) in the Premier League this season. Meanwhile, no side has given away more penalties (nine) or conceded more penalty goals (eight) than Leeds.