Leeds United head coach Marcelo Bielsa has bemoaned his side's lack of cutting edge in their 2-0 loss at Brentford and feels if they finished akin to a normal level they would have ten to 12 points more in the Championship.
Leeds have very faint hopes of winning automatic promotion but would need a dramatic turn of results in the final two games to overcome Sheffield United or Norwich City. "I thought they deserved that for all the effort they made".
Bielsa said: "Today's game was like many we have played this year".
The Macedonia worldwide has been ever-present in the Championship this season but it not expected to be fit for Sunday's game against Aston Villa and is waiting to learn if he will be able to feature in the remainder of United's campaign.
"We had a lot of possession, but we gave some poor goals away".
"At the beginning of the first and second half we could have scored".
"We're not sure if he is going to make it, but if he is fit and ready to play, he has got to start", Whelan said. "Despite this, we had offensive actions, but without efficiency".
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"There is sadness linked to the fact that we could have changed small things but if we want to say "why we don't have 10 points more" you just have to take a look at how many chances to score we need compared to other teams to score against us".
Thomas Frank's side are now unbeaten against the Whites during their past nine games in all competitions.
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That was as close as either side came to scoring in a boring second half as the visitors eased to a hugely important victory.
Despite Leeds' desperation, Brentford continued to look the more threatening, with Maupay acrobatically firing just over, before Canos was denied a wonderful solo goal by Casilla.
"What a win took us a long time to get this, wonderful support today and well done everyone", Morsy tweeted.
But Adkins was keen not to overly chastise his players following a season in which they emerged improbable play-off contenders. "I'll be speaking to him later".