Alex Mowatt stole the show for Leeds United against Charlton Athletic on Tuesday, but there was another youngster who showed his quality.
Attacking midfielder Adryan started the Championship clash at Elland Road and gave a good account of himself in the 2-2 draw.
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As the stats above show, the 20-year-old was a key and vibrant presence during the 73 minutes he was on the pitch.
Adryan put the Charlton defenders under pressure and looked threatening whenever he had the ball, playing two key passes and 12 successful final third passes.
However, the youngster, who joined Leeds from Flamengo on a season-long loan deal in the summer transfer window, failed to last the entire 90 minutes.
The former Cagliari loanee has struggled with fitness issues so far this season, and this has left some Leeds fans frustrated.
Below is a selection of the reactions of Leeds fans to Adryan’s performance against Charlton on Tuesday.
All I see when I watch Adryan is a unicorn dancing on a rainbow #lufc— Jordan Brown (@JordanBrown91) November 4, 2014
Keep banging the same drum but we got more out of Adryan tonight when he got in wide areas. It ain't rocket science #lufc— MuckyFatSandwich (@MrJollyFucker) November 4, 2014
Biggest mistake from redders tonight, should have left adryan on, he attracted defenders and mowett gained all space #lufc— Gareth (@Garethmet) November 4, 2014
Re. Adryan, best player on the park by a mile tonight, flashes of individual brilliance and great link up play. #LUFC— Shaun Stockhill (@shaunstockhill) November 4, 2014
Stunned that Redfearn took off Adryan before we were comfortable. Bianchi off for Dawson would have been more understandable #lufc— Mr Zak Allen (@Zak_Allen) November 4, 2014
Adryan arrived tonight, IMO. A potentially great midfield is starting to take shape for #LUFC.— Simon O'Rourke (@simon_orourke) November 4, 2014
How can Adryan not be fit? He's been here long enough now surely? #lufc— Lee Hayes (@TheLazyhazy) November 4, 2014