Saturdays demolition of Burton Albion was nothing short of brilliance by Leeds.
A dream debut ensued for Pierre-Michel Lasogga who bagged a debut brace along with a penalty from Pablo Hernandez and two absolute stunning goals from Kalvin Phillips and Kemar Roofe.
The free flowing football which is fast paced and deadly is back in abundance at Leeds and along with it are goals galore.
But it wasn't just a show of power, the fantastic game that finished 5-0 is a game that will be cemented in history for an abundance of positives and here's some of the records that were broken by Saturdays performance;
-This is Leeds' biggest league win since their demolition of QPR back in 2004, in which they won 6-1.
-Felix Wiedwald has now kept five consecutive clean sheets on the bounce between the sticks at Leeds.
-Leeds are yet to concede a single goal when Pontus Jansson has pulled on the Leeds shirt this season.
-Having beaten Newport County 5-1 previously at Elland Road, this is the first time since the Don Revie era that the club have registered five goals in consecutive games.
In the game Leeds registered 69% of the possession and competed an unbelievable 30 shots on goal compared to Burton's 1, with 10 being on target.
With the likes of Samu Saiz, Pablo Hernandez and Kemar Roofe behind Lasogga the Whites created 18 scoring chances in the game.
After the game Leeds sit second place, unbeaten in all competitions and enjoy a squad full to the brim of talent on and off the pitch.
It's a bloody good time to be a Leeds supporter!
By Ryan Ingham