The night Leeds United deflated the boing, boing Baggies

It was a relentless Leeds United display which kicked off with a worldy of a goal after just 16 seconds.

Saturday, 22nd May 2021, 6:00 am
Enjoy these photo memories from Leeds United's 4-0 win against West Bromwich Albion in March 2019. PIC: Getty
Enjoy these photo memories from Leeds United's 4-0 win against West Bromwich Albion in March 2019. PIC: Getty

Pablo Hernandez set the ball rolling with a 25 yard screamer on a night to remember for the Elland Road faithful in March 2019 as the Whites put promotion rivals West Bromwich Albion to the sword. Striker Patrick Bamford bagged a brace before Ezgjan Alioski completed the rout in added time to send the United top of the Championship. "For me the most important thing was the effort, attitude and state of mind of the whole team during the whole game," reflected head coach Marcelo Bielsa at full time. READ MORE: 16 of the most iconic Leeds United photos of all time LOVE LEEDS? LOVE NOSTALGIA? Join Leeds Retro on facebook

Match officials test the goal line technology prior to kick off at Elland Road.
Leeds won possession and fed the midfielder who was given time to pick his spot in the top corner from almost 25 yards.

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Pablo Hernandez celebrates scoring after just 16 seconds with Luke Ayling.
Patrick Bamford celebrates scoring Leeds United's second goal.
Patrick Bamford gets away from West Brom's Mason Holgate to score his second and Leeds United's third goal.
Patrick Bamford celebrates scoring his sides third goal with Tyler Roberts and Liam Cooper.
Ezgjan Alioski scores his sides fourth goal.
West Brom goalkeeper Sam Johnstone stands dejected as Ezgjan Alioski runs off to celebrate.
West Brom centre back Ahmed Hegazi stands dejected.
West Brom's Craig Dawson stands dejected.
"We were caught cold with the early goal and that gave us a mountain to climb. It gave them more impetus and momentum in the game," reflected Albion head coach Darren Moore in an interview with BBC West Midlands.
"I don't want to make excessive comments. When you win a game by a big difference it's better to be moderate in your analysis," said Leeds United head coach Marcelo Bielsa.
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