Despite their altercation on the touchline, Jesse Marsch maintains that it was “nothing really.”
After Leeds defeated Wolves 2-1 in the Premier League match at Elland Road, Jesse Marsch quickly calmed down his enraged touchline argument with Bruno Lage.
Marsch insisted, “It was nothing.”
I only spoke briefly with Bruno Lage after.
I greatly admire him and the way his team competes.
The pressure of the moment prevented it from appearing to be nothing, though.
After the final whistle, Marsch and Lage engaged in a heated discussion, and it appeared as though they were shouting at each other as they descended the tunnel.
Despite the disagreement, Marsch and Leeds had a successful day as they rallied from a goal down to defeat the opposition 2-1 and earn three points.
Daniel Podence’s goal for Wolves put them in front in the sixth minute.
In-goal by Rayan Ait-Nouri gave Leeds the victory after Rodrigo restored parity for the hosts.
Tyler Adams, Brenden Aaronson, and Marc Roca, three debutants, particularly pleased Marsch.
Everyone can see how well they fit, according to the Leeds coach.
Marc Roca picked up a lot of the ideas we’re using with my team here while he was playing in Germany.
“The work has been really good in preseason, and we are adjusting well to the way I would like to see you play the game, and in situations like this, you need confirmation.”
Although it can still be a crucial teaching opportunity if you play well but lose the game, you won’t receive the same positive feedback as you would if you had won.
We didn’t win many games at Elland Road last season, so getting off to a strong start with a strong performance and three points will undoubtedly help us.
Next weekend, Leeds will visit Southampton in an effort to continue its winning streak.
Jesse Marsch and Bruno Lage clashed at the final whistle of Leeds 2-1 WolvesThe Leeds boss was quick to try and play the incident down after the game Leeds came from behind to record a 2-1 victory against Wolves at Elland Road