By Laura O'Leary

10th Dec, 2017 | 7:15am

QPR identified Christiansen's weak link: Three things learned from Leeds in 3-1 victory

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Leeds United stormed to an impressive 3-1 victory against Queens Park Rangers after a solid second-half performance at Loftus Road.

Kemar Roofe scored a hat-trick to earn himself the match ball after the midfielder was clinical with his chances.

The win saw Leeds move up one place in the table to seventh and they are now four points off the play-off places.

The 3-1 victory also saw the Whites make it three games unbeaten in the league, having drawn with Aston Villa and beaten Barnsley.

Leeds could make it four in a row unbeaten when they face Norwich City next Saturday.

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The Canaries are 16th and haven’t won a game since the end of October when they narrowly beat Ipswich Town 1-0.

Both clashes with Norwich in the league last season, provided high-scoring games.

Leeds United were 3-2 winners when they traveled to Carrow Road, and the teams settled for a 3-3 draw when they met at Elland Road.

Despite their victory against Queens Park Rangers, Thomas Christiansen might make changes to his side for the Norwich game after QPR highlighted some real problems with his team.

Click below to find out the three things we learned about Leeds from the game against QPR…