The Italian forward scored twice for Leeds on Saturday afternoon, although his midfield team-mate wasn't as effective.
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With Mirco Antenucci's contract up at the end of the season at Leeds United - and the uncertainty that surrounded him on Deadline Day - it would have been understandable had the Italian's head been elsewhere these last couple of months.
On occasion, it has. The 31-year-old has been far from prolific at Leeds and some performances have left plenty to be desired.
But not on Saturday. Indeed, Antenucci scored both of United's goals against Bolton as Steve Evans' men registered both a heavily overdue and much-needed victory at Elland Road.
And the striker made his Leeds feelings clear during his celebrations. There is plenty of desire there and he clearly still cares about the club - even if he's leaving at the end of the season.
However, midfielder Liam Bridcutt was criticised for a weak performance, with his form patchy in recent weeks. The 26-year-old was pictured visibly struggling, coming off second best in a couple of 50-50 challenges and letting his man go against Bolton...