Date: 4th December 2020 at 8:30am
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Many Leeds United supporters have flocked to social media in order to respond to a Twitter post from the @lufctrust in which they shared an image of a Pablo Hernandez mural created by local artist Adam Duffield.

The mural has gone up at the Duck and Drake and contributions were made by some members of the first-team squad, including the club captain Liam Cooper (as per the @lufctrust).

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Starting with an easy one what shirt number does Bamford wear for Leeds United?

How have these Leeds fans reacted to the images of the Pablo Hernandez mural shared on Twitter?

Do you approve of the mural painted in the city?

Yes

Yes

No

No

It’s clear from the above responses that many of these Leeds supporters were impressed by the finished mural. Pablo Hernandez made 36 appearances in the English second-tier last season, contributing nine goals and nine assists (as per Transfermarkt), therefore, you could say he played a huge part in Marcelo Bielsa’s side securing promotion to the Premier League.

The Whites had been outside of the top-flight for 16 years and so you can understand why goal celebrations from the historic 2019/20 season are seen as worthy of creating art from around the city.