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Leeds manager Bielsa proud after 'brave' victory over West Ham

Leeds United manager Marcelo Bielsa was proud of his side after their "brave" victory over West Ham United.

Despite having up to 10 players sidelined, Leeds went on to claim a 3-2 victory at London Stadium.

Asked how brave a performance was that from his side, Bielsa replied: "I think the word you used is one of the ones that best defined the team today.

"I think it was a triumph for the players, where each of them did things that indicated a very big desire to win.

He added: "I observed clearly that this was a game clearly for each of the players, there was a determination and implication in the search for the victory that today was very visible.

"I think the biggest factor that the game today leaves because when a footballer puts so much effort into what they do, the virtues that they possess come out easier; they're more visible."


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