Leeds United fans have flocked to Twitter to share their thoughts on Whites midfielder Pablo Hernandez after he made a cameo appearance during their midweek win over Newcastle United in the Premier League.
Goals from Patrick Bamford, Jack Harrison, Rodrigo, Stuart Dallas and Ezgjan Alioski secured the three points at Elland Road against Steve Bruce’s side in a 5-2 thriller.
After the match ended, lots of Leeds fans took to Twitter to share their thoughts on the Spaniard’s successful cameo.
So, what did these Leeds fans have to say about Hernandez?
Pablo Hernandez on the pitch for 13 minutes and gets two assists.
What a man #lufc
— Jordan Gray (@jordangray21) December 16, 2020
Thought Hernandez created space in that last 10 mins when we needed it most. Baller. #LUFC
— Craig (@MrCricket35) December 16, 2020
Just hope we don’t get more injuries. Rodrigo is a class replacement for hernandez his touch vision and ability is unreal. Seems to have settled really well
— dan wortley (@DanielWortley) December 16, 2020
Prior to this latest match against Newcastle, Hernandez had only made four appearances for Leeds in the Premier League but hadn’t managed to score a goal or provide an assist for his team (per Transfermarkt).
Oi Pablo Hernandez is magnificent
— Connor ? ???? (@Klichousery) December 16, 2020
Unbelievable player is Pablo Hernandez
— Ben Frank (@benflufc) December 16, 2020
Pablo Hernandez has changed this game massively ?? #lufc
— Jake Ball (@jakeball98) December 16, 2020
Do you think Hernandez should start Leeds' next game?
Pablo Hernandez is pure class #lufc
— Dan Marshall ?? (@D8nnyM) December 16, 2020
Pablo Hernandez on the pitch for 5 minutes and 2 assists. WHAT A MAN ??
— Tanya Sullivan (@TanyaSullivan90) December 16, 2020
Looking at these tweets from this group of Leeds fans, it’s clear to see that they were delighted with what they saw from the Spaniard when he came on against Newcastle, and taking into account that he grabbed himself two assists, it’s fair to say that he had a big impact on the match.
Even though he came on too late in the match to earn himself a rating from Leeds Live, they called his assists “lovely” and that they “missed” seeing him in action.