Leeds will play more important games this season – starting on Saturday against Portsmouth – but it’s unlikely that they will play one bigger, in terms of sheer scale and attention, than they played with Arsenal at Elland Road last night. Twenty-four hours on from kick off – and twenty-two hours since defeat – there is plenty of coverage to reflect on. The Guardian weren’t there, of course; [Ken Bates has banned their reporters](http://www.guardian.co.uk/football/2011/jan/20/guardian-elland-road-leeds-united-arsenal) from Elland Road, and so the paper [explored alternative methods of coverage](http://www.guardian.co.uk/football/2011/jan/19/leeds-united-the-guardian); Leeds fans, as ever, have themselevs provided plenty of alternatives to mainstream media. [Travels of a Leeds Fan](http://leedsfan.blogspot.com/2011/01/leeds-utd-v-arsenal-19th-jan-2011.html) predicted a difficult night: *”A bit like when we played Liverpool in the Carling Cup and midway through the 2nd half 4 subs were warming up ready to come on… Torres and Gerrard for the scousers matching big Enoch and Robbo for the mighty whites!”*; [Right In The Gary Kellys](http://rightinthegarykellys.wordpress.com/2011/01/20/que-sera-sera-whatever-will-be-will-be/) reflect on, *”what was just one of those special nights at Elland Road”*; [The Scratching Shed](http://www.thescratchingshed.com/2011/01/arsenal-comfortably-beat-leeds-united-to-progress-to-third-round/) sang, *”Who needs Cesc Fabregas, we’ve got Rob Snodgrass”*; [Jenber's Blog](http://jenber.wordpress.com/2011/01/20/classy-arsenal-dump-leeds-out-the-cup/) doubts Bradley Johnson’s claims to practise shots in training: *”I don’t mean to be rude Bradders, it hasn’t exactly shown in recent years”*; while [The John Charles Way](http://thejohncharlesway.blogspot.com/2011/01/fa-cup-leeds-united-1-3-arsenal_19.html) hopes *that* goal doesn’t lead to a repeat of the Beckford situation from last season: *”Cup spotlight – Check. Refuses to sign a new deal – Check. Premier League clubs interested – Check”*; [We're Not Famous Anymore](http://werenotfamousanymore.blogspot.com/2011/01/leeds-united-1-3-arsenal-top-four.html) highlights another key moment in *that* save from Kasper Schmeichel: *”The save was not only full stretch and almost point blank, but he pushed the ball up and out of the danger area towards the edge of the box. Incredible.”* Zonal Marking provide their [tactical analysis here](http://www.zonalmarking.net/2011/01/19/arsenal-3-1-leeds-tactics/). On Flickr, kf_leeds posted some [brilliant pictures](http://www.flickr.com/photos/23757949@N06/5370874163/); this one of [Gordon Strachan having his make-up applied](http://www.flickr.com/photos/23757949@N06/5371480438/) is a favourite. You can see more fan photographs [here](http://www.flickr.com/search/?q=leeds+arsenal&m=&ss=2&s=rec) and [here](http://leedsphotos.web.officelive.com/Arsenal.aspx). On video, here is the rare sight of the [East Stand in full voice](http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rhtaEgeV5A8); and a [six second loop](http://www.endlessvideo.com/watch?v=B91wMO1wQZs&start=0m46s&end=0m52s) that Mr and Mrs Johnson, and the rest of us, will enjoy for many years to come.