On Tuesday Leeds United bounced back to winning ways having got through a tough cup tie against Burnley.
The Whites twice went into the Leeds and superb super sub performances from Pablo Hernandez and Hadi Sacko provided the two goals for the club.
However, the Burnley side fought back late on two occasions with goals in the 89th and 96th minutes.
This game not only held significance in the cup, but also for Leeds United as a whole, who lost two demons in one night against the Clarets.
The first demon to be vanquished saw Leeds complete their first win at Turf Moor since November 2011, with Leeds also going the last four meetings with Burnley having lost 3 and drawn 1.
With a penalty shoot out deciding the final result, the club will be happy to stop the minor streak and grab a glorious result against a Premier League side.
The next Demon is the return of Charlie Taylor and Chris Wood, two players who forced moves away from Leeds to the Clarets and left Turf Moor with their tails placed firmly between their legs.
It was Taylor's big chance to show the club that gave him his career what they had been missing and the answer? Not that much.
Although Taylor showed instances of class bombing down the left wing and delivering good crosses, the full back spent the game out of position and was at fault for Hadi Sacko being clear through in the 79th minute.
Wood however, started as a substitute and got the opportunity to score against his old club from the penalty spot, which he did. He even delivered a six fingered fist pump to the celebrating Burnley fans confirming his mercenary status.
Although Wood and Taylor gave good displays on occasion, Leeds this season have shown that they do not miss either player and look better off without them.
Christiansen left the pitch smiling ear to ear as the away fans bellowed out "Leeds are falling apart, again".
Leeds now head into to last 16 of the cup and will face Leicester of the week starting October 23rd. Whereas Burnley now return to the Premier League, having lost one of the two opportunities the club has at silverware.
One scalp down, two demons reminded in what they'll miss and Leeds are back to winning ways in entertaining style.
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