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11/05/2019 - 19:33 BST

Adapted Immediately, Very Efficient – Marcelo Bielsa Salutes Jamie Shackleton’s Pride Park Impact

 




Leeds United head coach Marcelo Bielsa has hailed the influence of Jamie Shackleton, following the youngster's fine performance against Derby County at Pride Park.

The Whites scored the only goal of the game in the 55th minute through Kemar Roofe, taking a 1-0 advantage into the second leg of the Championship playoff semi-final tie, which will be held at Elland Road on Wednesday.
 

 



The visitors suffered an early blow when Adam Forshaw was forced off in just the 24th minute, but Bielsa introduced Shackleton and the youngster did not look back.

Shackleton produced a superb display and Bielsa admits he made a good impact on the game.
 


"He showed his character and personality. He adapted immediately to the game", Bielsa told his post-match press conference when asked about Shackleton.



"He defended well and he attacked well.

"The fact we lost Adam Forshaw, who had a big influence on the game, Shacks was a very efficient substitute."

 


Bielsa was pleased with his side's display overall, feeling they dominated, kept the door shut at the back and looked a threat whenever they ventured forward.

"It was a deserved win apart from the first minute of the first half and then 10 or 15 minutes in the middle of the second.

"We dominated the ball, we defended well, we created danger.

"Our chances could have been more dangerous.

"When we had to attack we attacked well and when we had to defend we defended well"
, the Leeds boss added.