Leeds fans react on Twitter to Pedraza Twitter post ahead of Burton clash
By Harvey Byrne
Leeds fans have looked to correct Alfonso Pedraza on Twitter following his own post ahead of Saturday’s clash against Burton.
The Yorkshire giants are heading to the Pirelli Stadium in seventh place with goal difference keeping them out of the play-off spots.
There is just three matches of the season left and Pedraza shared on his personal Twitter account on Friday that the players will treat their remaining fixtures like cup finals.
— Alfonso Pedraza Sag (@Alfonsopedraza9) April 21, 2017
However, if the Leeds team do make it into the play-offs then the club could be presented with three further fixtures, including the final and supporters have been keen to point that out to the on loan Spaniard.
A large number of the fan base on social media simply replied to the Tweet with six, while others called for the team to do their talking on the field.
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Here are a selection of their messages on Twitter:
it's ok tweeting this every game but we need to see it happening on the pitch !
— Richard Walker (@richleedsuk) April 21, 2017
— Tom Green (@tomgreen_LUFC) April 21, 2017
Best of luck but we are at stage of season where it's all actions not words mot
— James (@James00OBrien) April 21, 2017
Don't forget the 2 play offs and the final too.
— jayjay82 (@jwh1982) April 21, 2017
Don't just be ready, CROSS the ball instead of passing it backwards. Create chances and we'll score goals, simple.
— Deano (@JDnCokeInnit) April 21, 2017
6 finals pls**
— Tom Huffinley (@TomHuffinley) April 21, 2017
— Tom Wilson (@TomWilson2323) April 21, 2017
Pedraza has played in 11 matches for Leeds since joining on loan from Villarreal in January, returning just the one goal in a 3-1 win against Birmingham in March.
He will now be keen to impress in the remaining fixtures against Burton, Norwich and Wigan with a permanent deal up for grabs if the club wins promotion.
In other Leeds news, fans have torn into 31-year-old following his disastrous Friday display.