The Leeds United forward was among the goals in a 4-0 win.
Jack Clarke’s return was the headline as Leeds United’s Under-23s beat Charlton Athletic 4-0 on Monday night.
Clarke has missed the past month through illness but played well against the Addicks – despite seeing a second-half penalty saved.
There was however no shortage of impressive Leeds performers, with Jordan Stevens, Kun Temenuzhkov, Pascal Struijk and Mateusz Bogusz each on target in an emphatic win for Carlos Corberan’s side.
And it was Kun who scored arguably the pick of the goals – angling a 25-yard strike into the bottom right-hand corner.
The Bulgarian former Barcelona forward made his long-awaited first-team debut in January’s FA Cup defeat at Queens Park Rangers.
And some Leeds fans are calling for more after last night’s display.
This is what they’re saying on Twitter…
Still thinking about that goal from Kun lastnight. Such a good strike and where we were sat we saw it perfectly just start wide and curled so much. That lad has a future. #lufc— Brandon Yates (@BielsasEnganche) 12 March 2019
Bogusz played well mate and obviously had a hand in a lot of the goals but also of note for me last night were Kun, Hossanah, Stevens and Diaz.— TheBielsaEffect (@LUFC27) 12 March 2019
A good all round team performance though again – very easy on the eye! #LeedsYouth #LUFC #MOT
Our U23s are class, genuinely think any of them can replace our first team players with no problem Diaz, Bogusz and Kun reminds me of The Phillips Klich and Saiz trio from the start of the season #LUFC— Simon (@Si_Plow) 12 March 2019
I tell you what, there’s several under 23’s players that aren’t far from first team standard. Struijk and Diaz are class at the back. Bogusz and Kun, ran the show. Stevens looks very quick and was actually better than Clarke tonight. Very entertaining to watch! #lufc— Brandon Yates (@BielsasEnganche) 11 March 2019
Really like Kun, think that number 10 role suits him for now #lufc— Ryan (@RPlufc93) 11 March 2019
I can’t wait til this lad gets unleashed in the first team…— Stuart oldroyd (@stuart_oldroyd) 11 March 2019
Kun temenuzhkov > Kun Aguero— SS #GYMKINGMERCHANT (@lufcspen) 12 March 2019
Leeds’ U23s are in again this week, hosting Fulham in the last 16 of the Premier League Cup on Thursday.
The Whites’ first team are also in the midst of a busy seven days, with a trip to resurgent Reading this evening preceding a visit from promotion rivals Sheffield United on Saturday.