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Leeds United fans applauded Georginio Rutter’s treatment of a Bristol City player after an elbow was thrown in his face.

Leeds United fans applauded Georginio Rutter’s treatment of Bristol City defender Robert Dickie after a stray elbow struck his face.

According to LeedsLive reporter Beren Cross on 7 October, the Frenchman entirely ignored the Bristol man’s contrite hand.

Georginio Rutter
Georginio Rutter

The spectators in the Don Revie Stand noticed this and responded with a loud cheer.

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Rutter will have been furious after squandering an early chance that most players would have converted.

However, this had no effect on his performance, as he continued to play at the level that we have all witnessed in recent weeks.

Elland Road was also bustling, and he certainly fed off the fans’ enthusiasm, and he will have appreciated their reaction to the snub.

Georginio Rutter
Georginio Rutter

The club record acquisition has pushed Patrick Bamford out of the starting lineup and is showing to be much more than his goal-scoring exploits.

He’s become a crucial first-team player, so maybe he can keep this form and health after the international break.

Robert Dickie
Robert Dickie

Daniel Farke will also be pleased with the type of player he has evolved into since last season.

He’s also formed a strong combination with Joel Piroe, and the manager will be relieved to see his attacking duo on the same page.

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