By Will Butcher
Leeds fans have expressed their delight on Twitter after their new £2million signing Marcus Antonsson scored a brace during his first Leeds’ start.
The Whites fans took to Twitter to declare they were impressed with the signing of the Swedish striker, who officially become a Leeds player on 28 June.
During Leeds 3-0 win against Shamrock Rovers, the striker found the back of the net early on in the seventh minute with what Leeds’ official website described a ‘calm finish’.
7. Calm finish from Antonsson from inside the area after Vieira stole possession, drove forward and played in the Swede (0-1) #LUFConTour
— Leeds United (@LUFC) July 16, 2016
He then doubled his tally early in the second-half, latching onto a deflected cross to head home.
Monk signed Antonsson from Swedish outfit Kalmar FF, with the obvious intention being goals. Leeds only managed to find the back of the net 50 times in 46 games last season.
Fans took to Twitter to declare their happiness to see one of Garry Monk’s new signings already finding his feet in the former Swansea manager’s new look squad.
— Ryan (@LeedsUtdRyan) July 16, 2016
— Kieran Niland (@Keyron78) July 16, 2016
Roofe and Antonsson look a cut above everyone 👌 #lufc
— Chris Coleman (@chrisLUFC24) July 16, 2016
@LUFC im here at the game antonsson looks a great addition for leeds looks sharp and never gives up cant wait for the season to start
— Paul callaghan (@Paulcal56155227) July 16, 2016
Antonsson making it count.
— Matt Greenwood (@MattistutaG) July 16, 2016
Antonsson looks decent reminds me of a becchio
— Zak Orton (@zakorton1) July 16, 2016
Antonsson is on a roll
— Armo #LS39 (@Jordan_Armo) July 16, 2016
@LUFC looking good Antonsson. 👌
— Jake ٩(●̮̃•)۶ (@JJalaTherone) July 16, 2016
Safe to say I already love Marcus Antonsson ⚽️😍
— Ryan Jones (@rjones1919) July 16, 2016
Demolition job. Antonsson most certainly catching the eye. Second goal of the game. Two well-taken goals.
— Lucas (@433Lucas_) July 16, 2016
Leeds ran out as easy winners against Shamrock Rovers, which concludes their short pre-season stay in Ireland. New Zealand captain Chris Wood also found the back of the net, converting a penalty after £3million-man Kemar Roofe was tripped in the box.