Date: 9th February 2021 at 11:00am
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Fans of Leeds United have taken to Twitter to praise the performance of Leeds midfielder, Mateusz Klich, in the Whites’ fixture against Crystal Palace on Monday evening.

So far this season, Klich has been one of Marcelo Bielsa’s regulars in Leeds United’s first team, with the £3.15 million-rated 30-year-old featuring in all 21 of the club’s Premier League fixtures, over which he has scored three goals and provided five assists, averaging a distinctly average WhoScored match rating of 6.66 – ranking him as the club’s 10th-best performer in the top flight, prior to the Crytal Palace fixture.

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However, the Poland international impressed over his 90 minutes against the Eagles on Monday evening, making two key passes, one interception and winning two of his three aerial duels, finishing the 2-0 victory for Leeds with a SofaScore rating of 7.2.

And, in reaction to his display, fans of Leeds United flocked to Twitter to heap praise on the midfielder, with many sharing their joy at the 30-year-old’s much-improved performance.

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So, what exactly did these Leeds United fans have to say in reaction to the performance of Mateusz Klich against Crystal Palace?

Klich just had a mid-season break. Brilliant tonight! #lufc #mot #alaw”

@philc2911

“Klich much better second half. Great win #lufc”

@Irish_Leeds

“Great to see Klich back on form tonight #mot #lufc”

@LauricWhite

Klich looked back to his best today. Got his confidence back. Now need Costa to get his back! We have to support every player in this team! #lufc”

@Ross__Pearce

“Cooper and Klich outstanding this evening”

@micklufc14

“Yep best for ages from Klich, very inventive. Nice to see.”

@Milnerchris

Klich at his best then, untouchable. #LUFC”

@AndrewHolden34

All in all, it would appear that these Leeds fans were delighted with the performance of Klich, with many stating their belief that the midfielder looked back at his best against Palace, while others claimed the 30-year-old appeared untouchable in the fixture.