Leeds United goalkeeper Bailey Peacock-Farrell has revealed that he enjoyed his debut stint in the Whites goal last night against Queens Park Rangers.

The 19-year-old custodian has been a regular feature of the Leeds matchday squads for the last few months, but Marco Silvestri’s red card suspension allowed him to make his debut for the club last night.

Despite conceding a late penalty against Jimmy Floyd Hasselbaink’s team in a 1-1 draw, Peacock-Farrell impressed with his assured and confident performance between the sticks at Elland Road, and garnered praise for his debut showing.

The youngster himself feels it was an ‘alright’ performance for his debut, but admits that despite enjoying his first stint in the Leeds goal, he would have loved to have a clean sheet under his belt.

Speaking to BBC Radio Leeds after the match, the young goalkeeper said: “I thought I did alright.  


“I did the simple things well.

"Just gutted to not walk away with a clean sheet, but overall I enjoyed my night.”

Leeds conceded a late penalty against QPR last night to take only a point away from the fixture at Elland Road.