Eddie Nketiah posts on Instagram after scoring first Leeds goal, Iwobi and Tammy Abraham react

Leeds United were handed a chance at redemption when they faced the Class of ’92 owned Salford City on Tuesday night.

After Marcelo Bielsa claimed that side were going to take the game as “seriously as we can,” which makes for a great bit of competitive pettiness if you interpret it as him completely belittling his opponents, the 64-year-old set about unleashing his Leeds side on an all-out assault on the Football League newbies. That’s for Perth, Neville.

Away from the immensity of the Championship season, the Carabao Cup, probably one of England’s least reputable major trophies, handed Bielsa the opportunity to ease a couple of talents into the mixer, with the likes of Leif Davis, Jack Clarke and Arsenal’s Eddie Nketiah all getting starts.

And it was loanee Nketiah, having joined in place of the Kemar Roofe, who struck first, registering a debut goal for the Whites within 43 minutes.

Friends from far and wide, including Alex Iwobi, Tammy Abraham, Emile Smith-Rowe, Zech Medley, Chris Willock, and Tyler Roberts, flocked to the comments section to congratulate him on his achievement.

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Great win for the team tonight and a debut goal. Thanks to all the travelling fans @leedsunited .⚽?? #godisgood #EN14

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