Man Of The Match Report: Leeds United 2-2 Everton

Match Attendance: 36,293

Elland Road was the stage for the thriller between Leeds and Everton in a historic afternoon, despite the stalemate. Leeds hasn’t had a crowd at home in England’s top flight for 17 years. They welcomed back their fans 17 years later, and the game had everything. All 36,293 fans at Elland Road made the most of being back together, with ferocious tackles, terrific goals, and battles. The crowd made the most of it all. Can we have games like this please! Leeds should have created more chances on goals and conceded fewer goals given their dominance, but that isn’t how football works. They came back from two goals down to earn their first point of the season. Calvert Lewin’s spotkick and Demarai Gray’s low finish were both neutralised by Klich and Raphinha’s strikes.

Raphinha’s Match Overview:

Rating: 7.69

Minutes played: 90

Pass accuracy %: 70

Goal contribution: 1 Goal

Shots (on target): 6(2)

Dribbles: 2

Crosses (Accurate Crosses): 7(1)

Key Passes: 1

Touches: 79

Passes: 40

Interceptions: 1

Calvert-Lewin’s Match Overview:

Rating: 7.98

Minutes played: 89

Pass accuracy %: 77.8

Goal contribution: 1 Goal

Shots (on target): 4(4)

Touches: 38

Key Passes: 2

Aerial duels won: 5

Interceptions: 2

Clearances: 1

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