Leeds United returned to the top of the Championship on Wednesday when they beat Swansea City 2-1 at Elland Road.
Marcelo Bielsa’s side took a two-goal lead through Pontus Jansson and Jack Harrison in the first half before Oli McBurnie netted a penalty just minutes from time to give the hosts a tense finish.
However, following the Sweden international’s goal, the club’s social media team decided to use it as a chance to create a tweet and direct it at a Sky Sports pundit.
FAO: Mr Keith Andrews pic.twitter.com/JmbjhXN9lp
— Leeds United (@LUFC) February 14, 2019
Keith Andrews has been vocal about Jansson in the past and has questioned what the defender can bring to the team – leading to the enforcer to send him a reply (although that has since been deleted).
And, it appears the club wanted to show him exactly what that is, by entitling the tweet: ‘FAO: Mr Keith Andrews’.
The goal was Jansson’s third of the campaign, however, understandably, his defensive ability is what has made him somewhat of a cult figure with The Whites.
Leeds fans will have loved the tweet from the club’s social media team regarding Jansson’s goal.
Many were bemused by Andrews’ previous comments back in January, as the Sweden international has been more than influential for the club on the field with his performances.
And, it does not appear as though the club will let the Sky Sports pundit forget about those remarks any time soon.
Leeds fans – thoughts?