GALLERY: Kemar Roofe's most memorable moments for Leeds United

FORWARD Kemar Roofe has left Leeds United for Belgian side Anderlecht for a fee believed to be between £6.5m and £7m.

Tuesday, 6th August 2019, 8:16 pm
Kemar Roofe who is leaving for Anderlecht.

The YEP's Lee Sobot picks out some of Roofe's most memorable moments in a Leeds shirt since signing from Oxford United for £3m in July 2016.

Kemar Roofe joins Leeds United from Oxford United on July 7, 2016.
Kemar Roofe appears in a Leeds United shirt for the first time in the pre-season friendly against Shamrock Rovers on July 13, 2016. Picture by Jonathan Gawthorpe.
Kemar Roofe helps launch the new 2016-17 Leeds United home shirt alongside Marcus Antonsson, Rob Green, Chris Wood and Stuart Dallas on July 28, 2016. Picture by Jonathan Gawthorpe.

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Kemar Roofe nets the winner in the pre-season friendly against Atalanta at Elland Road on July 30, 2016. Picture by Simon Hulme.
Kemar Roofe makes his Leeds United debut in the Championship clash at QPR on August 7, 2016 - a game in which Garry Monk's side were beaten 3-0. Picture by James Hardisty.
Roofe - on as a second half substitute - reacts to missing a headed chance on his first Elland Road league outing for Leeds against Birmingham City on August 13, 2016 - a game the Blues won 2-1. A full home league debut followed in the next game against Fulham which ended 1-1. Picture by James Hardisty.
Kemar Roofe and Whites head coach Gary Monk in the EFL Cup quarter-final against Liverpool at Anfield on November 9, 2016 - a game in which Roofe hit the crossbar as the Whites slipped to an unlucky 2-0 defeat. Picture by Bruce Rollinson.
Kemar Roofe scores his first competitive goal for Leeds United in the 2-0 victory at home to Aston Villa on December 3, 2016. Picture by Simon Hulme.
Kemar Roofe takes his place on the substitute's bench for the January 2017 FA Cup clash at Sutton United alongside Jack Vann, Mallik Wilks, Hadi Sacko and Luke Ayling. Leeds crashed out with a 1-0 defeat. Picture by Jonathan Gawthorpe. 29th January 2017....Picture : Jonathan Gawthorpe............
Roofe reacts as a chance goes begging in the 2-1 loss at Burton Albion in April 2017 as Leeds United's promotion hopes are dealt a hammer blow. Picture by Jonathan Gawthorpe.
Kemar Roofe scores with an overhead kick to complete a hat-trick in the 5-1 win for Thomas Christiansen's Leeds United against Carabao Cup visitors Newport County at Elland Road in August 2017. Picture by Bruce Rollinson.
Roofe wheels away to celebrate the third goal of his hat-trick netted in the 3-1 win at Championship hosts QPR in December 2017. Picture by Bruce Rollinson.
Kemar Roofe opens the scoring for Paul Heckingbottom's Whites with another overhead kick in the 2017-18 Championship finale and 2-0 win against QPR at Elland Road. Picture by Jonathan Gawthorpe.
Roofe fires home a stunning second goal to complete a brace in a 4-1 win at Derby County in Leeds United's first Championship away game of the season last August. Picture by Jonathan Gawthorpe.
Four goals in seven games saw Roofe named the Sky Bet Championship player of the month for August with new Whites head coach Marcelo Bielsa also taking the manager of the month award.
Roofe bundles home an extremely controversial 82nd-minute equaliser to seal a 1-1 draw against October's Championship visitors Nottingham Forest. Picture by Bruce Rollinson.
The faces say it all as Roofe nets the latest of winners to seal a Christmas miracle 3-2 win at Aston Villa on December 23, a game in which the Whites were 2-0 down after 17 minutes. Picture by Tony Johnson.
Roofe and Leeds again leave it oh so late as the striker's second goal in added time seals a remarkable 3-2 win at home to Blackburn Rovers on Boxing Day. Picture by Varleys.
Roofs is mobbed after scoring what proved his penultimate goal for Leeds in the highly impressive 2-0 success at home to Derby County on January 11 following the spygate saga. A second spell on the sidelines with injury was to follow. Picture by Bruce Rollinson.
A fit again Roofe sees another Leeds United goalscoring chance missed as the Whites fall to a 2-1 loss at home to Wigan Athletic on Good Friday, a defeat which began the demise of United's automatic promotion bid. Picture by Simon Hulme.
Roofe scores the only goal of the game to give Leeds a 1-0 win at Derby in May's Championship play-offs semi-final first leg only for the Rams to turn the tie on its head in the second leg. It proved Roofe's last goal before leaving. Picture by Tony Johnson.