Leeds United beat Bolton Wanderers 2-1 on Saturday afternoon.
Leeds United advanced into the fifth round of the FA Cup on Saturday afternoon, with a 2-1 away win over Bolton Wanderers.
Souleymane Doukara put Leeds in front at the Macron Stadium, before midfielder Toumani Diagouraga marked his full debut for the Whites with the second goal before half time.
Bolton grabbed a late consolation through Darren Pratley, but Leeds held on for the victory and are now in tonight's fifth round draw, with manager Steve Evans no doubt hoping for a top Premier League team at Elland Road.
However, much of the attention is currently on new signing Diagouraga, who only joined the club from Championship rivals Brentford a matter of days ago.
The Frenchman swept home a fine goal in his first start for the club, and fans raved about his performance after the final whistle, with the 28-year-old making an instant impact.
Shortly after the game, Diagouraga took to Twitter to state that he was 'delighted' with his goal, and praised the huge travelling support from the Leeds fans, as he got his first real taste of playing in front of a giant away following from the Whites.
Delighted with the team performance and my goal unbelievable following #facup— Toumani diagouraga (@toums20) January 30, 2016
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