Three provocations, three Pat Bamford goals.
Wolves have moved on, to Porto via Shanghai, and United’s 1-0 defeat looks different when what Wolves have done is set against what Leeds are trying to do.
Like seeing every football match you’ve ever watched thrown into a kaleidoscope.
Pat Bamford, struggling for breath in his post-match interview, put the sensory emphasis on the way the game was won by the people playing it.
How often during this pandemic have you enjoyed ninety minutes of anything that gave you so much fresh delight?
Unearned rewards were being handed out before the game, when Kiko Casilla was given the captain’s armband, so let’s ask ourselves about that.
Do you love it? And do you love it, Matheus Klich?
Marcelo Bielsa’s philosophy, when you strip away the formations and the tactics and the stats, is all about finding ways that football can make people happy.
A game at Bolton’s Reebok Stadium on May 2nd 2004 was Leeds United’s last chance of staying in the Premiership.