Leeds United 1 Leicester City 1 - player ratings

Leeds United put on a stellar performance but only got a point for it at home to Leicester City.

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So many aspects of the 1-1 draw were extremely pleasing - just not the scoreline.

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Stuart Dallas – got forward well from right-back and produced a few decent crosses 7

Diego Llorente - did not let an early error unsettle him 6

Liam Cooper – had a lucky escape from his poor touch in the final 15 minutes 5

Pascal Struijk – did well playing for the most part in the unfamiliar position of left-back 6

Adam Forshaw – ran until he gave himself cramp on his full Premier League debut 6

Kalvin Phillips – with a bit more help than usual, he was his usual commanding self in midfield 7

Raphinha – "Nothing new to say," said Bielsa. His winger is just on another level and a goal was the least he deserved 8

Rodrigo – linked well with Raphinha in the first half in particular 7

Jack Harrison – a real threat in a way he has not often been this season before he was effectively substituted by Brendan Rodgers; Leicester's switch to two up front meant he was needed at wing-back, and it was asking a lot of his energy levels after such an energetic 83 minutes 7

Dan James – the centre-forward's finishing was not great as Leeds looked to make the most of their football 6

Substitutes:

Tyler Roberts (for Harrison, 83) – came on at wing-back - far from ideal for him 5

Charlie Cresswell (for Forshaw, 90) – N/A

Not used: Klaesson, Bate, Hjelde, Drameh, Summerville, McKinstry, Klich.