By Amir Mir
Leeds first-team coach James Beattie urged the team to “eradicate mistakes” as he praised the players for a stunning 3-2 victory over Norwich on Saturday afternoon.
The Yorkshire club beat their promotion rivals at Carrow Road as goals from Pontus Jansson, Chris Wood and Ronaldo Vieira cancelled out efforts from Robbie Brady and Kyle Lafferty.
Midfielder Vieira, 21, secured the three points for the visitors as his 25-yard strike in stoppage time earned them a dramatic win.
Former Premier League striker Beattie praised Leeds for their away victory, but he did deliver some constructive criticism on his personal Twitter account.
— James Beattie (@1jamesbeattie) November 5, 2016
The Championship giants have not tasted Premier League football in 12 years as they have languished in the second and third tier of English football.
But now Monk’s side have climbed into the play-off spot with 26 points from 16 games and the former Premier League manager has also guided them to the quarter-final stage of the EFL Cup.
They have won three games on the bounce in the league as they will now welcome Championship leaders Newcastle to Elland Road on November 20.
In other Leeds team news, manager Garry Monk expressed his delight on Twitter after his side beat Norwich 3-2.