Fulham striker Ross McCormack looked frustrated as Leeds United fans jeered him following his substitution.
Former Leeds United captain Ross McCormack failed to score against his old club for the second time this season.
The Scottish striker then had to endure the ignominy of having to walk past the away end towards the tunnel after being substituted late in the second half.
There was no applause for the forward, instead plenty of shouting in his direction, and he looked far from pleased.
He is even seen to be mouthing back, and while it is unclear exactly what he is saying, his body language and expression do not indicate it to be particularly friendly.
It was not just his own performance which he had reason to be frustrated with, in which he managed to test Marco Silvestri only once.
Fulham had 27 shots at goal in total, but managed only seven on target, scoring none. Leeds by comparison attempted eight, had five on target, and scored with three of them.