According to Phil Dukes, Jesse Marsh was furious with Hwang Hee-chan as Leeds and Wolves clashed in the Premier League earlier today.
What’s the story?
Well, the BBC noted that the American lost his temper after the South Korean threw himself on the ground in front of the bunker on Eland Road, under minimal contact.
Dukes wrote, “After the first hit of being left behind, the home audience really found their voice again. Wolves play their part by engaging in some questionable behavior.”
“Hee-chan Hwang threw himself on the ground near the Leeds bunker after minimal contact, much to the chagrin of Jesse Marsh. It’s unlikely that anyone here is a Leeds fan who doesn’t think this was Jose Sa’s penalty when he rattled in Rasmus Christensen. If one is wrong, so will the other.”
It is vital.
The 48-year-old has clearly had enough of acting on The Wolves Show.
Interestingly, Leeds scored the equalizer just minutes later, with Rodrygo hitting a goal past Jose Sa in the 24th minute.
Marsh’s visible frustration may have helped him generate some urgency and firefighting for his players, as no one can deny that Leeds deserved the equalizer against Bruno Lage’s side.
Those fires were certainly missing for the first 10 minutes, as Christensen allowed Pedro Neto to bully him off the ball before Daniel Bodens finally attacked the ball.
Jesse Marsh can be happy with one player from Leeds
During the opening 45 minutes on Elland Road earlier today, Jack Harrison was in great shape.
As WhoScored explains, Leeds’ No. 22 – a goal for Newcastle – impressively provided four key assists to his teammates, more than anyone else on the pitch.
Harrison also got stuck on the defensive, winning one tackle while also making one interception.
Crucially, the 25-year-old assisted in Rodrygo’s equalizer.
No wonder Newcastle have been vying for it – Harrison is certainly in great shape.
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