Both goals start with Leeds winning the ball inside their own half and working their way through the opposition before scoring.
The goal against Reading starts with a pinged ball out to Ezgjan Alioski, who finds Helder Costa on the overlap. (0:07)
Costa then delivers a cross first time that floats to the back post where Jack Harrison is waiting to head the ball in – having made up the entire length of the pitch to get on the end of the cross. (0:16)
Which was your favourite?
Goal against Reading
Goal against Huddersfield
The goal Leeds scored against Huddersfield starts with Costa finding Eddie Nketiah, who, in turn, plays the ball to Alioski. (0:04)
This post from Hay has gone down well with these Leeds fans who love this footage.
— Aido (@89aido) June 11, 2020
A thing of beauty is a joy forever.
— Porkchop Express (@PCExpressLUFC) June 11, 2020
Tears in my eyes watching these. Hope we get to see something similar at Cardiff soon!
— Stu Dalgleish ?? (@StuDalgleish) June 11, 2020
These are brilliantly worked goals, and both Harrison and Alioski are heavily involved in both, and this has led to them receiving some praise from many Whites fans.
Harrison involved brilliantly with both… Would hope he signs for us next season permanently
— ian hands (@ianhds09) June 11, 2020
Alioski involved in both, in Hull at home too , important goals
— leeds Utd Fan (@LUFCfanForever) June 11, 2020
Alioski important to this team, he’s got us points this season from important goals or changing games
— LeedsLeedsLeeds (@LeedsLeedsLee14) June 11, 2020
Unbelievable, the amount of distance and speed from Harrison, phenomenal, gets better every time I see it
— Rich Barlow (@Richb1169) June 11, 2020
Both of these goals show how deadly the Whites can be on the counter – if given the opportunity.
On both occasions, Leeds pile men forward and create an overload on the wing that leaves the opposition stretched.
It is no wonder then that so many Leeds fans love this footage.
Hay even commented saying that Leeds have been ‘spoilt over the past two years.’
It is easy to see why he would say this as both of these goals are superb.