Leeds continued their unbeaten start to the season at Millwall on Saturday, but fans are split over the performance of Tyler Roberts.
Leeds have been devastated by injuries over the international break, as Patrick Bamford suffered a knee injury that will keep him out for around four months.
Kemar Roofe also picked up a knock, while Pablo Hernandez and Gaetano Berardi were unable to recover from the injuries they suffered before the break.
Marcelo Bielsa’s side still picked up a point at the Den though, as Jack Harrison’s wonderful late striker cancelled out a goal from Jed Wallace.
A draw at the Den to remain top of the league is certainly not a bad result, but fans aren’t convinced by the performance of Roberts.
The young Welsh striker started in the absence or Roofe, and despite having four shots was unable to find the net.
The youngster struggled with injuries last season, and while some fans are praising him for getting in good positions, others just simply don’t think he’s good enough.
Either way, you can find some of the best Twitter reactions down below…
— Adam Brown (@adambrown1992) September 15, 2018
Massive point for us! If roofey started we win all day! Roberts a lot to proove
— danny wilson (@beargryllz) September 15, 2018
If Roberts had his shooting boots on! We would have won at a canter
— Paul Roberts (@PaultRob) September 15, 2018
Movement was really good. Sharpness and goals will come. He’s 19, first league start. Fans can either support him or destroy him.
— Craig Reeves (@vivareeves) September 15, 2018
He’ll come good. He was out so long after injury. It takes time
— Stu.B (@bremner4ever) September 15, 2018
Bring back Ekuban then if that’s the case Roberts very poor today
— WHITESOLDIER (@whitesoldier62) September 15, 2018
Love him but have to say scoring a goal is a requirement.
— c rogers (@rogerscpr) September 15, 2018
Did as much as any striker could do with the chances he had. Looks a decent player.
— Luke (@LukeCParker) September 15, 2018
19 year old, first league start, up front on his own away at Millwall. Gets on the end of 3 chances that he misses and he’s written off. Some things never change
— Mark (@connor_mjc) September 15, 2018