Leeds talent starred on loan for Barnet.
Leeds United loanee Will Huffer played a starring role for Barnet in a dramatic FA Cup tie.
The non-league Bees forced a replay against Championship side Brentford in 3-3 draw.
Huffer was making his second career appearance, after making his debut for Leeds in the Championship last year amid an injury crisis.
Leeds’ signing of Kiko Casilla prompted the Whites to sanction Huffer’s departure on a month long loan.
Huffer conceded three goals, but kept Barnet in the tie with two late saves.
It was valuable experience for the 20-year-old, who could have done better for Brentford’s first goal in particular.
He grew into the game and came out with credit – and he will now get the chance to do it all over again in the replay.
Here is a look at how Leeds fans reacted on Twitter to Huffer’s performance…
Huffer is very vocal which I like, have a okay game so far for Barnet. #YouthWatch— FocusOnLeeds (@FocusOnLeeds) January 28, 2019
Ffs Huffer #facup— Rich (@richwalker10) January 28, 2019
Will huffer has played 1 professional game before tonight in his career, hes only 20.— sspsycho (@Sthstandpsycho) January 28, 2019
Not a bad little game this Barnet v Brentford. On BT Sport. Huffer doing well so far, no major saves to make yet though.— Tony Leeds (@TonyLeeds5) January 28, 2019
Up the Barnet huffer is going to have a fa Cup medal— Dyl lawton (@leedsaway) January 28, 2019
What a game Barnet v Brentford Huffer’s done well, Canos— Mark Lewis (@leedsunited75) January 28, 2019
Good lad #LUFC— LUFC Lewis (@LewisDeighton17) January 28, 2019
Nice hearing Will Huffer getting plenty of good praise in the commentary tonight .Good prospect this lad #BARBRE— Benny Boy Scott (@benscott80) January 28, 2019
Brentford may have scored 3 goals (should never have been a penalty) but Huffer has made some awesome saves in this game— Chelle (@ChelleLUFC) January 28, 2019
Controversy aside, I was very pleased with Will Huffer’s performance tonight. I think he will benefit greatly from his loan and definitely looks like he has a future in the game. #LUFC— Cockney White (@cockney_white) January 28, 2019