CURTIS DAVIES HAS CLAIMED THAT MATEUSZ WAS “NOWHERE TO BE VISIBLE” DURING THE WIN OF LEEDS UNITED
Curtis Davies has finally laid into Mateusz Klich for just kicking off the contention during the win of Leeds by 2-1 against the club of Bolton on the last match when he literally poured water back of Joe Williams.
As an outcome of the melee, Phil Parkinson who is the manager of Bolton was sent back to the stands, and Magennis was also booked for his challenge that he gave on Alioski, but his colleague, Klich remained out of the book of the referee, Tony Harrington.
Nonetheless, talking on EFL on Quest, Davies who is the defender of Derby County also shared his opinion on the incident that took place in the 2nd half.
Davies said Quest “Klich is the one player who has actually initiated the whole brawl. He is the main culprit, and thereafter he evaded from there and was nowhere to be visible.”
“See, he is thereafter taking one more drink (pictures displaying him having drink immediately after the incident took place). I think United Leeds in this position are very lucky because they managed to get away without any bookings and after that Bolton saw their manager being sent off.”
In the match itself, Patrick initiated the process of scoring from the spot of penalty after a duration of 16 minutes before the team which was threatened by relegation managed to equalize through the aid of Mark Beevers just after 6 minutes.