Leeds United midfielder Lewis Cook was the unanimous choice of man of the match against Nottingham Forest.
Leeds United went into this evening's fixture at Nottingham Forest with three defeats from the last four games, but stopped the rot with a valiant point at the City Ground.
Matty Fryatt gave Forest the lead from close range on the stroke of half time, but Billy Sharp's second half penalty rescued a point for Leeds.
The result leaves Neil Redfearn's men five points clear of the drop zone, and whilst there were some decent displays for Leeds tonight, Lewis Cook stole the show again.
The 17-year-old England youth international has broken into the Leeds side this season, becoming a midfield mainstay under Redfearn's stewardship.
Tonight, Cook bossed the game, with virtually all Leeds fans suggesting that the teenager was Leeds' man of the match by some distance.
Supporters took to Twitter after the game, comparing Cook to former Leeds academy products Fabian Delph and James Milner, even suggesting that he's a future England international.
Here are some of the reactions from Leeds fans after a superb performance from Cook...
Just to clarify, Lewis Cook is 17. He's a boy playing like a man #lufc— Lee Bickers (@LeeB_LUFC) December 20, 2014
Cook was outstanding today, hard to believe he's only 17! His tackling is brilliant and the way he accelarates on the ball, top class! #lufc— Dion Evans (@dionLUFC) December 20, 2014
Lewis Cook appreciation tweet 17 years old and bossing the midfield that boy is better than Delph and Milner when they were young #lufc— LORD Radcliffe (@Harvey_123) December 20, 2014
Lewis Cook was by far the best player on the pitch #lufc— David Tagger (@tagger70) December 20, 2014
How long is Lewis Cook's contract? Make it longer #lufc— Richard Stone (@RichardJStone) December 20, 2014