Cardiff City supporters didn't turn up to Elland Road on Saturday afternoon as their side beat Leeds.
Cardiff fans were in full voice at Elland Road on Saturday. Well, actually they weren't. Indeed, after a ticket dispute, the away supporters simply didn't turn up for their Championship clash against Leeds United.
Which was a shame for their players as Russell Slade's men secured a 2-1 win at Leeds.
The victory moves Cardiff three points clear of Neil Redfearn's men, who were previously locked on the same amount of points (52) as the Bluebirds.
What a peculiar sight, however, to see one section of the Leeds ground completely empty, barring just seven fans and an identical amount of stewards...
Just 7 Cardiff fans have made the journey to Leeds this afternoon... 1 steward per fan. pic.twitter.com/HxriJK0IYr— The FOOTBALL Bible (@TFBible_) April 11, 2015
There was one moment to cherish for Leeds, of course, as 19-year-old Kalvin Phillips made his home debut - and scored at Elland Road during the 2-1 loss.
Phillips celebrated with striker Mirco Antenucci after his goal but the bigger picture was a bleak one for Redfearn and co on Saturday.
This was Leeds' third defeat in a row - and an embarrassing one considering Cardiff had virtually no supporters there to see it. The end of the season probably can't come quick enough for the Yorkshire side. But just how much more enjoyable will the summer be - if at all?