Leeds won 1-0 despite a poor performance at Elland Road.
LUFC Pictures (@LUFCPictures) January 23, 2016
Souleymane Doukara's Leeds United career has been far more up than down in recent weeks.
The 24-year-old has endured a couple of poor outings lately but also produced several strong performances. That's a lot more than he did for most of his Leeds career until Steve Evans arrived at Elland Road.
On Saturday, meanwhile, his goal was the clear difference between United and Bristol City.
Leeds were poor throughout and Chris Wood changed the game after coming on, helping out for Doukara's goal. It was the Frenchman himself who delivered the telling blow, though, and the only thing separating two sides who struggled for large periods.
Another positive, of course, was the performance of teenager Lewis Cook. And, after losing Sam Byram to West Ham United this January, Leeds fans will no doubt hope to keep Cook in the near future.
Cook, Doukara, Wood and more will be in action at Brentford (if Evans selects them) on Tuesday night, with the west London side providing the Whites' next test in the Championship.