Marcelo Bielsa felt his Leeds side showed ‘superiority’ in their victory over Rovers.

First half goals from Patrick Bamford and Jack Harrison sent Leeds on their way to victory, one made nervier by Derrick Williams’ third goal of the season just before the break.

Leeds had chances to extend their advantage in the second half, but didn’t take them, something of an annoyance to Bielsa.

But the Argentine felt his side were always in control of the game, despite the scoring.

“We have shown superiority, we received just one shot on our goal,” said Bielsa.

“After we scored twice, we had 10 or 12 chances.

“In the first and the second half we had a lot of spaces to attack and we didn’t take advantage of that as much as we should.

“It was difficult to think that the opponent could score (at 2-0), but after when they scored, everything has changed.

“When you win, more than be happy, you are calm.”

Bamford tucked away a penalty on the half hour mark for his first goal since August, and also claimed an assist for Harrison five minutes after opening the scoring.

There was relief in Bamford’s celebration after the penalty, and Bielsa said: “I think this player is a big character, a big personality.

“He took the responsibility to score again and it wasn’t easy for him.”