BBC: The Whites dominated the 90 minutes with Georginio Rutter having a goal ruled out for offside and Daniel Bachmann keeping a muted Watford on level terms with a string of excellent saves during the first half.
Sky: Piroe gave Leeds the lead midway through the second half as he volleyed home to finish off a fine move by Daniel Farke’s side. Byram capped his return to the side as he headed in from a corner and Anthony’s late goal moved Leeds up to fifth in the table having seen off a Watford outfit who rarely threatened.
Fran’s Watford Blog: Bachmann was the first player to come over to the travelling Hornets, he looked very shame-faced but, without his saves, Leeds would have scored 7. We were glad to get out of Elland Road and decided to avoid the bus and walk back into the City. It was a beautiful afternoon and the walk was very pleasant indeed. There was time for another beer before I caught the train home. The post-match analysis was brief. Watford had been absolutely awful, creating almost nothing. They couldn’t string two passes together for large portions of the game. Bachmann had been superb and had prevented the score being embarrassing. Ironically, the Hornets had been marginally better in the second half, particularly after Asprilla came on. But the fact that the first shot on target came in the 94th minute tells you everything about the game. The atmosphere at Elland Road was typically unpleasant and our position at the front of the top section meant that we spent much of the second half having to peer around security staff and police officers who were there to keep the fans apart. A horrible set up.
From the Rookery End: We pick apart the dismal display, look at whether Valerian Ismael got his team selection right, and we attempt to work out how we should all be feeling about this team after 8 games that have provided plenty of ups and downs.