Leeds United fans on Twitter have been sharing their criticism for Whites midfielder Mateusz Klich and his performance during the first half of Leeds’ midweek Premier League clash against Newcastle United.
Marcelo Bielsa’s side headed into the match against Steve Bruce’s side off the back of two defeats from Chelsea and West Ham United.
During the first half of their midweek game against Newcastle, lots of Leeds fans flocked to Twitter to share their thoughts on Klich’s performance in particular.
So, what did these Leeds fans have to say about Klich’s first-half performance against Newcastle?
Klich not doing it for me this season. His final pass mmmm #lufc
— LUFC 26 Points to safety #MOT (@LeedsUtdZim) December 16, 2020
Klich off the pace. Give him a rest.#lufc
— Hrv1985 (@hrv1985) December 16, 2020
Klich needs to sort himself out big time too!
— Olivier Pujol (@DBauer191) December 16, 2020
Leeds signed the 30-year-old back in the 2017 summer transfer window from FC Twente for a fee of £1.53 million.
Klich having a poor poor start
— James (@jimmy_L_UFC) December 16, 2020
Prior to Leeds’ game against Newcastle, Klich, who is currently valued at £3.15 million, has scored three goals and provided three assists, with his last goal contribution coming in the club’s previous league appearance against West Ham (per Transfermarkt).
Any chance of Klich finding a Leeds player or keeping the ball?
— Gareth Keaveney (@GKeaveney) December 16, 2020
Every touch from Klich is a stupid flick to nobody it’s embarrassing #LUFC
— Kocha Kola (C) (@MMMMMNoodleSoup) December 16, 2020
For his performance against West Ham, Leeds Live gave him a match rating of 6/10 saying that he had a “steady” evening against David Moyes’ side, which suggests that he has room to improve.
Have you been disappointed with Klich recently?
Klich is continuing with his awful spell…. #lufc
— Lewis Collins (@lewiscollins26) December 16, 2020
Looking at these tweets from this group of Leeds fans, it’s clear that they think he hasn’t had a great half against Newcastle and that he is looking out of sorts.
Hopefully, the midfielder will be able to pick his form back up and help his team grab some positive results throughout the remainder of the Premier League season.