This was a game that begged the question "will we bounce back after 3 straight defeats" or! "is it the beginning of one of Bielsa's past downward slides"...........we bounced back with a great performance against one of the top 6 teams, but questions were being asked. Some were saying it's our best ever performance to date, and while it was a great performance football wise, I don't think it was our best. We had great performances at beginning of season, and there was the performance against Sheff U, but this game is definitely on par. Wasn't a game without it's dramas either, denied 2 penalties (nothing new there) and a linesman and ref who needed windscreen wipers on their contacts. 2 good goals scored with Jack Clarke involved in both. He's a big discovery and, imo is a close carbon copy of Eddie Gray. When Alioski and Saiz first came to Leeds, they created big problems for defences, then they become targets of fouls; I'm just wondering how long it'll be before Jack starts getting similar treatment. Great performance by the lads, played together, kept it together and deserved a 4-0 scoreline, but we'll settle for 2-0 nil and staying top of table. Other scores went in our favour, WBA v Norwich a 1-1 draw, and Sheff U winning 1-0. Sheff U winning or losing would've kept us 4 points and 2 games clear at the top either way. Now, BPF. He didn't have a lot to do, and I was certainly flabbergasted when he made a decision, and carried it through to come so far out of his area to block an attempted shot, total surprise. Then the high studs incident happened while taking a cross. This is an incident that could've given Derby a penalty, and got BPF sent off, which could've also changed the course of the game. Thanks to an inept ref, lucky, and I say damn lucky lucky for us the ref didn't challenge it, other refs would've sent him off. You could see from the close up camera replays that BPF took the cross with his bent leg forward, nothing wrong with that, basic keeper training. Then, the camera showed how BPF looked at the incoming player and followed through by raising his leg and showing his studs to the player. I don't care what anyone says, this is an absolute no no for a keeper, especially for a keeper who's been playing as long as BPF........BPF was lucky, and the team were lucky he didn't get his marching orders cos BPF, imo did it purposely. IMO, BPF will never become a top flight keeper, at 22 he should be showing the goods for all to see, but he doesn't. Great game, great performance, great result and we continue to march on. Premier league teams must be quaking in their boots. Highlights care of Rams TV. Bielsa's post match interview Lampard's post match interview wainmanjoe. it's that kid again. Fans on song.