Good day: Barry Douglas
Slotted back in as if he had never been away. His vision and pinpoint passing bring so much to Leeds’s play and underlined what the team had been missing during the left back’s four game lay-off with a hamstring injury.
Bad day: Christian Walton
The on-loan Brighton goalkeeper made a couple of good saves in the first half but his afternoon will forever be remembered for the blunder that gifted Leeds their winning goal.
Key moment: 46th minute
Kemar Roofe will not score an easier goal all season than the one that ultimately settled this clash, Walton’s error gifting him a chance he simply could not miss.
Ref watch: Andy Davies
Did well to keep the lid on a clash that threatened to boil over at times. Eventually showed four yellow cards and none of those booked could complain.
United came from behind to win for the first time since Boxing Day. Wigan had already claimed three Yorkshire scalps but there was little chance of Leeds joining that list once Hernandez had equalised.