Cook Cannot Be Shunted Out Wide Again

The Italian striker went down when he could have shot and scored, looking for a penalty rather than a goal, but it did not detract from the pinpoint accuracy of the pass.

Leeds looked much better with Cook in the middle rather than on the left-wing, where he started the game.

In the future he needs to spend the entire 90 minutes there.

 

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