Head coach on Reading win.

Leeds United head coach Marcelo Bielsa spoke to the media following Tuesday’s Sky Bet Championship victory at Reading.

The Whites produced a sublime first half performance at the Madejski Stadium, with a brace from Pablo Hernandez and a strike from Mateusz Klich earning the Whites all three points.

Despite winning by three goals, Bielsa felt it was not as easy as what the full time score suggested.

“It was a fair result,” said Bielsa.

“We could have scored more goals and we could have conceded, also, a goal.

“In spite of the difference in the result, the team was faithful to the style.

“We played against an opponent that has dangerous offensive players and probably we can say we could neutralise them.

“I don’t think it was an easy game, even if we dominated the game and we could have scored more goals, they had chances to score too.

“If they had scored a goal according to the moment they scored this goal, the things that look accessible become complicated.

“What has improved in the team is the efficiency.

“It’s the same collective effort, we have the same willingness for the players to attack and we are faithful to our style, but in the last games we played, we needed fewer chances to score goals.”