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'Not over until it's over' - Leeds United supporters react to disappointing Chelsea defeat

By Matthew Holt

Leeds United fell to a disappointing 3-0 defeat at home to Chelsea on Tuesday evening, remaining within the Premier League's relegation places. Mason Mount opened the scoring early on for the Blues, before second-half goals from Christian Pulisic and Romelu Lukaku further compounded the Whites' misery.

Dan James was also sent off during the first 45 minutes, following a reckless challenge on Blues midfielder Mateo Kovacic.

Jesse Marsch's side are now left in a very precarious position with just two games remaining, facing a tricky trip to Brighton, before a final day showdown at Elland Road with Brentford soon after.

READ MORE: Leeds United player ratings as Daniel James and Rodrigo sum up alarming Chelsea defeat

Following the full-time whistle, Leeds fans took to social media to react to the result, with Everton drawing 0-0 with Watford, leaving the Toffees two points ahead of United.

@Damien_Cms said: "For the second game in a row we have been beaten early in the game by a sending off. The whole dynamic of the game changed at that point and our attacking threat was minimal. A big performance needed against Brighton at the weekend. 3 or 4 points needed from the last two games. MOT"

@MattRandall2 posted: "Not a Leeds fan, but want you to stay up. Honestly think you would’ve if Bielsa had stayed, even though at times it was hard to watch. No disrespect to Marsch, but I think he’ll take you down. Good luck!"

@talkaboutlufcv2 wrote: "Seriously cannot wait for this season to be over. A disaster."

@miffy0811_a voiced: "You keep going our lads. All is not lost. Do not look on social media, just soak up all the support from our fans there tonight and carry it forward."

@lufcliam added: "2 more games left to prove who we are. it’s not over until it’s over."

And finally @Plute93 wrote: "Beat Brighton and suddenly everyone’s hopes are up again. Yes, chances are looking slim but there’s still hope."

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