By Harvey Byrne
Pablo Hernandez started in Leeds’ midfield in the clash against Burton on Saturday and fans were impressed with his creativity on Twitter.
The 31-year-old Spain international replaced Ronaldo Vieira in the line-up from the previous league game against Wolves, with the young star dropping to the bench for the Elland Road fixture.
Hernandez played 89 minutes in the 2-0 win against Burton, after striker Chris Wood converted from the spot before substitute Souleymane Doukara scored in open play.
Fans were left hailing the experienced midfielder’s display on social media with many commenting on a moment of magic from Hernandez.
Here are a selection of their messages on Twitter:
That ball from Hernandez ?#lufc
— . (@robw123q) October 29, 2016
Seriously though that ball by Hernandez was sexual #lufc
— Adam Webster (@adswebbo) October 29, 2016
Not vintage but victorious. Desire, patience & a moment of quality from Hernandez saw #lufc through.
— Adam Pope (@APOPEY) October 29, 2016
Can we all just have a quick applause for Hernandez' pass! ?????????????? #lufc
— Oliver Edwards (@OliverEdwards19) October 29, 2016
I want Hernandez to retired at Leeds. #lufc
— Josh (@LonelyPixL) October 29, 2016
Not the prettiest performance but when you have players like Hernandez then your gonna be in with a chance. What a pass ?? #lufc
— Damon Penney (@dlpenney17) October 29, 2016
Hernandez pass to Doukara was premiership quality #lufc
— Parma (@Parma_Official) October 29, 2016
Hernandez joined Leeds in the summer on a loan deal from Qatari side Al-Arabi, rejoining former Swansea manager Garry Monk at the club.
He has made 13 appearances for the club following his move scoring two goals and providing one assist for the Yorkshire giants.
His performances have contributed to a good league campaign for the club, with the famous side now sat in 9th place in the Championship with 23 points from 15 fixtures.
Monk’s side will travel to East Anglia next Saturday, where they will face Alex Neil’s high flying Canaries at Carrow Road.