Arsenal condemned Jesse Marsch’s side to their first home defeat of the league campaign, with a first-half Bukayo Saka strike separating the two sides.


Leeds, after Bamford’s introduction, took the game to the visitors with the number nine missing a penalty and having a penalty appeal overturned for a foul in the build-up towards the end of the game.



Adams admitted that Bamford’s arrival turned the tide in the Whites’ favour while adding that the team still have faith in their first-choice centre-forward.


The American believes that Bamford can take plenty of confidence from the game for his impact despite not breaking his Premier League duck this season and put away the chances coming his way in the future.



No, not at all, I mean, I feel for him [Bamford] a little bit but he came into the game and completely changed the game so he should have confidence moving forward that when he’s in these situations, especially in front of the goal, he’s going to put them away”, Adams said via Leeds’ official site.


The team has complete confidence in him, so yeah, he’ll get one.”



Leeds dropped to 15th place in the Premier League table and will travel to the King Power Stadium on Thursday to take on 19th-placed Leicester City next, with just four points between them.