Leeds fans react on Twitter to Jansson performance against Huddersfield
By Alex Taylor
Pontus Jansson played in Leeds’ 1-0 loss to Huddersfield on Saturday – and fans took to Twitter to praise his performance.
Gary Monk’s side suffered their fourth defeat from six games in the Championship and ended the day’s fixtures 22nd in the table.
Summer signing Jansson, 25, emerged from the game with an stronger defensive reputation though, despite being part of a team that lost the match through a 55-minute Aaron Mooy strike.
Leeds fans were saddened by the result but took to social media to praise the 6ft 5in centre-back.
Here are a collection of the best Tweets in regards to the defenders performance:
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I think Jansson is quality and we have something to build on. Keep faith in Garry Monk and we'll do alright.
— LUL (@LeedsUnitedLiam) September 10, 2016
Highlights from today's game: Jansson looks decent. And the fish from Graveley's was delicious. Too many negatives to list #lufc
— Samantha B (@svb777) September 10, 2016
I actually love Pontuss Jansson
— Cjallum (@BazingaCJ) September 10, 2016
No matter what he does from now on, Jansson = good
— Leeds All Over (@LeedsAllOver) September 10, 2016
Jansson looks a quality player
— Max Grabble (@RussoLUFC) September 10, 2016
Jansson the only shining light for me after that piss pot of a performance
— Pontus ???? (@CMLUFC) September 10, 2016
Janson the only positive from today.
— alex mcdougall (@bigmack1) September 10, 2016
Monk has now overseen losses to Queens Park Rangers, Birmingham, Nottingham Forest and Huddersfield in his brief time in charge of the Whites and will now be hoping for a swift change of fortunes at Elland Road.
The Yorksire outfit had been touted as potential play-off challengers this season but early form suggests promotion may already been out of reach.
Ex-defender Monk, who was sacked by Swansea in December 2015, had never managed a Championship side before this season.
Leeds will now be preparing themselves to face Blackburn on Tuesday evening before making the long trip to play Cardiff next weekend.