Leeds United suffered their first league loss of the season yesterday.
In a match at Elland Road against lowly Birmingham City, Leeds slumped to a 2-1 loss.
Ex-Leeds manager Garry Monk picked up his first win of the season with the Blues, while condemning Leeds to their first defeat.
Marcelo Bielsa’s side are still top of the league but this loss acts as a real wake-up call in their quest for promotion.
Leeds went behind early against Birmingham. Che Adams got on the score sheet with a strike which Bailey Peacock-Farrell really should have dealt with.
The Northern Ireland international’s positioning was questionable as he was beaten by Adams’ drive.
On 29 minutes, Adams grabbed a second. Once again, Peacock-Farrell could arguably have done better.
It was a mishit shot from Adams from outside the area which sneaked past Peacock-Farrell into the net.
After another shaky display from the 21-year-old, some Leeds fans called for Jamal Blackman to start.
However, others believed that Bielsa should keep faith in Peacock-Farrell.
Here are some Leeds fans debating the goalkeeper situation after a poor display from their academy product.
Peacock isn’t a promotion pushing GK.
— Matthew Carlyle (@MatthewCarlyle7) September 22, 2018
Time for Blackman !
— PHIL BROWN (@PHMB7) September 22, 2018
BPF has had the easiest game of his life and let 2 goals in…big money on a keeper in January #lufc
— Adam Webster (@adswebbo) September 22, 2018
As bad a half as I’ve ever seen BPF have. Young lad will learn from this.
— Billy (@BillyOwenBland) September 22, 2018
I like BPF and he makes some crucial saves. But he gets beat at his near post many times and he conceded soft goals. His still young and learning and highly rated. But blackman for me is the better keeper ecspeacially after his display for sheff utd #lufc
— Marc Clarey (@clarey_marc) September 23, 2018
No,all goalkeepers make mistakes.he has been superb do far.
— Laurent waccotw (@FrenchieLUFC) September 23, 2018
No, just a blip, can’t keep changing
— michael coughlan (@revie61) September 22, 2018
We got to be careful with BPF, looks like pressure could affect him big time. Yeah he might not be the greatest keeper in the league but at this moment in time, he's the best keeper at Leeds. And we will have to stick with him #LUFC
— Fran Senior (@Fransenior93) September 23, 2018
BPF will be a good number one for us one day, but at the moment there’s too many mistakes #lufc
— Kirsty Stanley (@stanners_1982) September 23, 2018
BPF is a young keeper, he’s gonna make mistakes. We’ve backed him after last season, was the right thing to do. You can’t have it both ways. #lufc
— RichieRich (@AMitherer) September 22, 2018