Leeds were beaten 3-0 for the second time in less than a week on Wednesday night as Wolves ran out comfortable winners at Elland Road, and fans are undecided on their new stopper.
First half goals from Romain Saiss and Willy Boly gave the visitors the lead, and substitute Benik Afobe wrapped the game up just four minutes after coming on.
Many have pointed fingers at the defending, as both first half goals came from simple corner routines, but the fact of the matter is the entire team wasn’t good enough.
However, some fans are hoping the form of young Bailey Peacock-Farrell can be a potential silver lining for the evening, and think Leeds may have found their long-term number one.
The 21-year-old goalkeeper made a fantastic save in the first half when Léo Bonatini raced through on goal, and Wolves may have scored a few more if not for the young stopper.
Despite that, some fans can’t look past his decision to rush out for the third goal, making Afobe’s task a simple one, lifting the ball over the youngster at the edge of the box.
Fans have been discussing Peacock-Farrell’s performance on Twitter, and the jury is still out…
Well played BPF, needs to get a run now.
— Dan Atkinson (@FootballPeters) March 7, 2018
So glad BPF had a decent game tonight I was calling for him to start last season, he's our number 1
— SJ (@MUZZA2017) March 7, 2018
Not taking anything away from the lad he made some decent stops but wiedwald does too, bpf also made an error just like wiedwald, we had to have a go with bpf but the answer certainly isn't at the club just now …big summer ahead #lufc
— corbywhite (@gandalflufc) March 8, 2018
Not. He just lucky. Not good enough in Sweden so not good enough at Leeds..poor 3 goal
— tomas r (@LodetTomas) March 7, 2018
Ok at best – did what any keeper should do. Bad decision making on 3rd
— Duncan Griffiths (@DuncGriff65) March 7, 2018
Played well, impressive stops/saves. The lob will be lesson learned, play him again and his confidence will grow
— Martin John England (@Engeerlaand69) March 7, 2018
Hallelujah! He’s the second coming of the sungod Ra! #louiswalshhyperbole
— Phillip Sessions (@Unitedrhinos) March 8, 2018