Leeds United finished the season on a high with a straightforward 2-0 win against QPR at Elland Road on Sunday afternoon.
Kemar Roofe’s bicycle kick and Kalvin Phillips’ second-half goal were enough to earn Paul Heckingbottom three points that could be massive in terms of his future at Leeds going into the summer.
After a rather actionless opening half an hour, Leeds’ made the most of a corner which found it’s way to Roofe inside the six-yard box, who acrobatically put the ball past Joe Lumley in the QPR goal.
Just minutes after the break Phillips doubled the Whites’ advantage when he punished Lumley for a poor clearance.
Leeds continued to control the rest of the game and had a number of chances through the likes of Ezgjan Alioski and debutant Ryan Edmondson to extend their lead.
The three points means that United finish the 2018/19 season 13th in the table, just below Ipswich on goal difference.
Here, Football Insider looks at three things learned about Leeds in their win over QPR.
Click ‘reveal’ below to read about the disappointing decision Heckinbottom made..