By Harvey Byrne
Leeds fans were left hailing the performance of substitute striker Souleymane Doukara on Twitter following the victory against Burton.
The 25-year-old Frenchman came off of the bench on the 73rd minute for attacker Kemar Roofe and seemingly changed the match.
Following his introduction to the clash at Elland Road Leeds scored two goals with a late penalty from Chris Wood before Doukara slotted home himself.
Leeds fans took to social media after the match to praise the striker, with many applauding him for getting on the score sheet.
Here are a selection of their messages on Twitter:
— Bremner's LoveChild (@davyred93) October 29, 2016
— Jamie Hundal (@JamieHundal) October 29, 2016
— Barratt – Baxendale (@Barra5Baxy) October 29, 2016
— Jamie Buttery (@JamieButtery3) October 29, 2016
Great substitution from Monk bringing Doukara on! He's won us 3 points instead of 1. #lufc
— Adam Room (@AdamRoom17) October 29, 2016
Doukara has really proved himself as well. Not fancied by Monk initially, but has fought his way back into the reckoning. Legend. #LUFC
— Diarmuid Nolan (@dermonolan91) October 29, 2016
Doukara joined Leeds in the summer of 2014 from Italian club Catania.
He had found himself out of favour at the Yorkshire giants under manager Garry Monk and had made just his six appearance for the club this afternoon in all competitions this season.
Leeds now sit 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.
In other Leeds news, manager Monk has hailed this senior player and has claimed he has what it takes.