Head coach on Swansea City win.
Leeds United head coach Marcelo Bielsa spoke to the media following Sunday’s win at Swansea City.
Pablo Hernandez returned to haunt his former club at the Liberty Stadium, with a late winner to secure Leeds a vital three points.
Head coach Bielsa gave his verdict on the win, but is refusing to get carried away.
“The match was very close, with very few chances,” said Bielsa.
“When the match progressed our possibilities were growing and in the last 30 minutes I think we deserved to impose to score and get the difference we got at the end.
“In the second half we improved the offensive play.
“Luke Ayling had more impact, the right side arrived to long spaces and Pablo moved in this sector as well.
“In the left, even if we didn’t get damage, Ezgjan Alioski and Jack Harrison in attack, in the second half, gave more continuity than Stuart Dallas and Harrison in the first half.
“What we feel is we are more relaxed, more light, because we are giving the steps that we had to.
“Of course, when you score at the end of the match it’s a higher feeling, emotion.
“I cannot enjoy this, what you feel is that you are giving a step forward.
“The only thing I can enjoy is the last objective if we get it.”