Leeds stars were at Elland Road for the club's FA Youth Cup clash.
Leeds United first team players were in attendance at Elland Road to support the club's youngsters for their FA Youth Cup fourth round clash with Manchester City.
The under-18 side had a predictably tough evening against a side whose academy is backed by the richest owners in English football. City won the game 5-2.
Sol Bamba, Jordan Botaka, and Souleymane Doukara were pictured watching from the stands, along with new double signings Jack McKay and Paul McKay, who joined in a surprise move from Doncaster Rovers earlier this week.
City were 2-0 up by half-time, and conceded two more soon after, but the opportunity to play in front of a bigger crowd and Leeds' man stadium will have hopefully been a useful experience for the young team, which consisted of players including Mallik Wilks and Ronaldo Vieira.
Ronaldo Vieira had his twin brother Romario Vieira in the stands supporting him, even taking a banner.
It is always good to see senior players supporting the youngsters especially in a difficult fixture, and it will have been a good chance for the McKays to get a feel for the club.