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12/09/2017 - 22:57 GMT

Even When We Don’t Play Well We Win – Thomas Christiansen Delights As Leeds Go Top

 




Leeds United boss Thomas Christiansen says that his side's 2-0 win over Birmingham City at Elland Road has delighted him, in part due to showing the Whites can pick up three points when not playing at their best. 

Christiansen saw his men take the lead in the 17th minute after a Pierre-Michel Lasogga shot was palmed out and Samu Saiz made no mistake from close range.




Birmingham worked hard to get back into the match and had a header cleared off the line before half time, while they also enjoyed other chances but lacked a cutting edge.

Leeds sealed the deal in injury time when substitute Stuart Dallas scored with a left-footed shot.
 


The win has put Leeds on top of the Championship table and Christiansen is delighted with the three points.

The head coach was also pleased about his side's ability to win when not at their best.

"I'm very pleased and happy, even when we don't play well, we can take the three points", Christiansen told LUTV.

"It shows the character of the team, everyone stood shoulder to shoulder and we took a very important result.

"Birmingham are a very good team with top players, they won't be in this position for much longer with the quality they have.

"We have a lot of quality on the bench, our substitutes all helped in the second half and Stuart Dallas got the goal", he added.

And Christiansen hailed the Leeds fans, adding: "At the moment it doesn't get much better, I'd like to thank our fans for their support."

Leeds now sit top of the table after taking 17 points from their opening seven games.