Leeds fan keen to remind Manchester United supporters of famous win.
2010 already seems like a long time ago, with it almost five years since Leeds famously beat Manchester United at Old Trafford.
A single Jermaine Beckford goal was enough to knock the Red Devils out of the FA Cup in third round, with the striker writing his name into club folklore.
One Leeds fan was keen to remind Manchester United fans of their memorable win, in attendance at Old Trafford for the international friendly between Portugal and Argentina.
He posted an image on Twitter carrying a 'Beckford End' banner, in reference to United's Stretford End ahead of taking it into the stadium.
Beckford was sold to Premier League side Everton the summer after scoring the goal, but failed to score regularly in the Premier League.
After spells with Leicester and Huddersfield, the 30-year-old is currently playing for Championship side Bolton Wanderers.