Brazilian loanee was back in the team for the clash with the Addicks.
Brazilian star Adryan was handed an instant recall to the Leeds side after missing Neil Redfearn's opening game of his second spell through injury.
He was absent for the loss to Cardiff, but instantly set about making an impact against Charlton at Elland Road, his second game for the club at the stadium in the Championship.
Adyran has previously played at the stadium against Doncaster Rovers in the under-21s, and for the first team in the loss to Wolves.
His instant recall under Redfearn, who managed him in the under-21s, shows that the head coach rates him highly, and wants to see more of what he can do at Championship level.
Leeds have an option to buy him for 3 million Euros, but will need him to start winning games single handedly for the club before committing to signing the Flamengo youngster.