The game on Saturday marked the start of a series of 10 games which could make or break our season.
Leeds were not without chances in the first half and had it not been for the Luton keeper James Shea, they may well have had 2 or 3 goals in the first half.
The breakthrough came early in the second half when Patrick Bamford got his second goal in two games after latching onto a Ben White pass.
The lead didn’t last too long, and it was former loanee Izzy Brown who provided the assist for James Collins to score from a free header on 54 minutes. Brown showing the potential that injuries denied him the chance to at Leeds
It was a tense finish with Luton having a goal ruled out for offside but as the game went into added time, Patrick Bamford scored to give Leeds all three points.
It’s probably one for the Dubious Goals Committee, but I’m crediting it to Bamford. Matt Pearson is no doubt saying the same.
Three goals in two games, Patrick Bamford is back.