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13/09/2017 - 14:21 GMT

We’re Used To It Now – Leeds Star Brushes Off Another Clean Sheet

 




Leeds United defender Pontus Jansson thinks that his side are now getting used to keeping clean sheets after the Whites managed another in their 2-0 win over Birmingham City on Tuesday night.

Thomas Christiansen’s team have not conceded a goal in the Championship since their opening day 3-2 win over Bolton Wanderers on 6th August.




Leeds, who have now recorded five consecutive clean sheets in the league, have the best defensive record in the division.

And Jansson, who urged Leeds to continue being solid in the back, feels the attacking players also deserve credit for the Yorkshire giants’ superb defensive record this season.

 


“We’re getting used to it now [laughs]”, the centre-back told LUTV, when asked about Leeds’ latest clean sheet.

“But we have to keep doing what we are doing.

“We work together, the offensive players work hard for us at the back to keep a clean sheet.

“We do that as a team.”


Jansson, who praised Leeds’ overall performance against Birmingham, went on to add that the Whites played better football after the break.

Samuel Siaz broke the deadlock in the 17th minute at Elland Road before Stuart Dallas made sure of the three points in second half injury time.

“It was a good performance”, he continued.

“First half was not so good, but in the second half we played well, defended well and scored two good goals.

“It was another good victory for us.”


Leeds, who are now top of the Championship table, will next face Millwall on Saturday.