Leeds United boss Marcelo Bielsa has spoken with the media, praising Manchester United’s simple playing style before their clash against Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's men on Sunday.
last beat their rivals in 2010, when they eliminated
Sir Alex Ferguson
from FA Cup with a 1-0 win at Old Trafford as a League One side.
Elland Road is set to host its first Premier League meeting between the two sides since 2003. With both the Whites and the Reds unbeaten in their last five league matches.
"The more simple football is, the better it is. This principle is always supported when the players do what they should do and what they are best doing,"
Leeds head coach Bielsa said
"In this sense, Manchester United are an example of this. They advance what they know best how to do and this has permitted them to create a style.
"Their game is simple to decipher. This is a praise. Because to be able to play simple is very difficult and when we manage to achieve it, it is very satisfying."