By Harvey Byrne
Fulham boss Slavisa Jokanovic has claimed his team were the one that played all the football in Tuesday evening’s clash against Leeds.
The Craven Cottage club needed a late stoppage time Tom Cairney equaliser to get anything from the encounter with the Yorkshire giants after Tim Ream put Garry Monk’s side 1-0 up within the first five minutes.
However, Jokanovic was critical of Leeds on his personal Twitter account after the match, believing his side dominated the 90 minutes of football.
— Slavisa Jokanovic (@Jokanovic) March 7, 2017
The stats would seem to back Jokanovic’s point with Fulham boasting a huge 73% of the possession, while having 23 shots in total to Leeds’ seven.
However, Monk’s team will have also felt aggrieved after they went so close to claiming all three points in London.
The draw sees Leeds remain in fourth place, but after Huddersfield’s win against Aston Villa in midweek they now sit three points behind third with the Terriers boasting a game in hand.
However, the Yorkshire side have remained eight points clear of seventh with 10 matches of the season left.
Mid-table outfit QPR will be the next to face Leeds on Saturday at Elland Road and Monk will be hoping his team return to winning ways as they look to cement a play-off spot.
In other Leeds news, fans have reacted to Modou Barrow’s display against the Cottagers.