Pablo Hernandez made his debut for Leeds United against Fleetwood.
Leeds United new boy Pablo Hernandez made his debut for the club last night as they took on League One side Fleetwood Town.
It had looked like being a game to forget as Leeds trailed for the majority of the match after conceding an early opener.
Marcus Antonsson and Chris Wood netted in a 2-2 draw, before the Whites won on penalties.
Hernandez lasted the full 90 minutes and then into extra time, dispelling any concerns fans might have about his fitness.
Leeds United's Pablo Hernandez scores the winning penalty in the shootout
The former Swansea City playmaker offered an immediate touch of quality, and while he will take some adapting to his new teammates, he appears to be a quality addition.
He was pushing to turn the game back in Leeds' favour late on, having a shot saved shortly before substitute Marcus Antonsson netted an equaliser.
Fleetwood Town's Victor Nirrenold and Leeds United's Ronaldo Vieira in action
Hernandez netted in the shootout, showing composure after 120 minutes of football, with the score on spot-kicks 5-4.
A concern will be whether the match took too much out of him and whether he is ready to start against Birmingham City at the weekend at Elland Road, but on the evidence of last night there is no way Leeds can afford to leave him out.
Here is a look at how Leeds United fans reacted to his performance...
Hernandez is about 5 mins in front of every #lufc player— Paul turner (@Pault19788) August 10, 2016
Like Hernandez's vision. Should be an asset when he's fully matchfit. #lufc— Mark Jankowski (@mark_jankowski) August 10, 2016
Hernandez is an absolute baller...could be the best bit of business Leeds have done in years #lufc— David Reddin (@davyred93) August 10, 2016
Hernandez is different class to anything else we have at #lufc— Broken James (@James_V_Howson) August 10, 2016
Pablo hernandez will make a HUGE difference in the final third this season. Very classy player. #lufc— David Budden (@BigDaveBud) August 10, 2016
Hernandez looks a class above all our other players as expected.. Hopefully he can be a massive player for us this season #LUFC— Rossi (@MrROSSii1990) August 10, 2016