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‘Pathetic’ Leeds ‘are going down’ after Liverpool defeat leaves them in trouble

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Leeds were ‘pathetic’ in their 6-0 defeat to Liverpool at Anfield and their recent form is a one-way train to the Championship.

Those are the views of Jamie O’Hara and Jason Cundy, after Marcelo Bielsa‘s side put in another disappointing performance on Wednesday.

Bielsa’s side were thrashed again

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Bielsa’s side were thrashed again

Leeds didn’t help themselves by giving away two penalties at Anfield

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Leeds didn’t help themselves by giving away two penalties at Anfield

After losing 4-2 to rivals Manchester United on Sunday, Jurgen Klopp’s rampant Reds put another six past them on Wednesday, leaving the Yorkshire outfit just three points clear of the relegation zone.

They also have the second-worst goal difference in the league, which isn’t helped by the 56 goals they’ve conceded in 25 games this campaign.

And O’Hara and Cundy both believe they could be in big trouble this season.

“Let’s talk about Leeds: pathetic,” O’Hara said on talkSPORT. 

Cundy added: “Liverpool were brilliant and they are a brilliant side, but they didn’t have to be. 

“Is it ten goals in two games they’ve conceded? They’re going to go down!  


Could Leeds find themselves back in the Championship next season?

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Could Leeds find themselves back in the Championship next season?

“Right now, they’re going down. Their goal difference is the second-worst in the league. They are bang in it.” 

He went on to say: “They play only one way and Bielsa will not change his style of football. I think it’s naive, at best, to go away to Liverpool and to try and take Liverpool on. 

“They were queuing up. It was like when you were at school as a kid and you’re 10-0 up – ‘Who hasn’t scored? Come on ‘keeper, up you come!’” 

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