Leeds United's superb victory on Friday night has not been the main talking point following events from earlier in the week.
Andrea Radrizzani has responded on Twitter to a Leeds fan's joke regarding 'Spygate' by insisting that the focus should only be on how well the Whites played during their Championship clash with Derby County on Friday.
The build-up to the game, and much of the post-match discussion has centred around the events that took place at Derby's training ground during the week.
While the football world has seemingly been divided regarding how serious the incident is, many of the Leeds fans have taken a much more light-hearted view of the situation after a superb performance in the game.
Goals from Kemar Roofe and Jack Harrison saw the Whites claim a 2-0 victory. The margin between the two sides was arguably much greater than the scoreline suggested, and that is perhaps what the league leaders needed to put to bed the idea that the spying played a key role in the result.
But Radrizzani seems to believe that Leeds' performance is not attracting the attention it deserves after he responded to a supporter's video on social media where he is poking fun at the pre-match controversy.
The Leeds owner lauded the performance from Bielsa's side and insisted that their display cannot be overlooked because of what has gone on in the build-up to the game.
Here is Radrizzani's reply to a Leeds supporter...
We should just put the “zoom” on the fantastic football we played, specially in the first half, the quality and heart shown as always by our boys #MOT this little accident is taking away the attention from what really matters and well deserved by the team https://t.co/Qo35eWAYY2— Andrea Radrizzani (@andrearadri) January 12, 2019