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).
How have these Leeds fans reacted to the images of the Pablo Hernandez mural shared on Twitter?
What a masterpiece @WainmanJoe
— Matty?? (@LUFCEclipse) December 3, 2020
— Proud as a peacock (@?) (@metalliman72) December 3, 2020
Outstanding work ??
— LUFCDATA (@LUFCDATA) December 3, 2020
Pure Quality ??
— paul randall (@paulran07047887) December 3, 2020
That is brilliant ? So pleased our special player has got a mural too ?? #MOT xx
— SUSAN SMITH 1 (@SmithLeedsUtd) December 3, 2020
Stunning ? https://t.co/yRsGpGjPlT
— MACCA??????? (@MacaulyLUFC) December 3, 2020
Do you approve of the mural painted in the city?
The very moment expectation became realisation for me. What a moment !!
— Jamie Richardson ??? (@JamieR_LUFC) December 3, 2020
— Mark O' Leary (@Mark_o_l) December 3, 2020
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.