Patrick Bamford returned to form and inspired a thrilling 3-1 comeback victory for Leeds at Leicester on Sunday.
The Whites striker scored a stunner and set up the other two as Marcelo Bielsa’s men ended the Foxes’ run of nine matches without defeat in style.
All four goals were of the highest quality and it was the hosts who struck first when Harvey Barnes combined brilliantly with James Maddison.
But they were only ahead for a matter of seconds as Stuart Dallas ran onto a cutting Bamford pass and produced a fine finish.
Bamford’s goal was the pick of the bunch, finding the top corner in the 70th minute, having netted just four times in his last 13 games.
And the Englishman unselfishly teed up Jack Harrison to seal a fantastic victory for Leeds and further allay any fears of a relegation struggle this season.
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