Last night Leeds unfortunately dropped out of the last 16 in the Carabao Cup.
The Yorkshire performed admirably against a revitalised Leicester City who boasted a side full of shear talent.
Thomas Christiansen made the right decision to make ten changes to the side who beat Bristol City at the weekend with a keen focus on Fridays match against Sheffield United on his mind.
Although a cup run is brilliant for both fans and the club, the main focus this season has to be on success in the Championship.
Having suffered three straight defeats the win against Bristol propelled the club back into the playoff positions and although its early, you don't want to create any points divide between you and the top six.
Something that also stood out was individual performances of players in the game who may not have been considered for first team opportunities.
Jay Roy Grot showed again that he is a handful for even Premier League standard defenders at time, bullying Harry Maguire and co for the first half in which Leeds took a lot of control. The young forward is coming on leaps and bounds with each opportunity and could be set to be a real asset for the club.
Another player who's confidence will have been buoyed will be Pablo Hernandez, who's spectacular goal once again showed the magic that he can provide.
Other notable players were Kemar Roofe, Kalvin Phillips and Conor Shaughnessy. Whereas players like Felix Wiedwald, Pontus Jansson and Mateusz Klich left a lot to be desired during the game.
Leeds now go ahead to a very tough game against fellow playoff challengers Sheffield United, who are on their own superb run of late.
What do you think about exiting the cup? Would you have preferred to enter the quarter finals? Have your say in the comments below!
By Ryan Ingham