Ben Parker has joked that goalkeeper Kiko Casilla left the field for a coffee and a hot dog during Leeds United's win over QPR this afternoon.
Marcelo Bielsa's side comfortably beat the Londoners 2-0 at Elland Road to move top of the Championship table on goal difference.
It was such a comfortable win for Leeds, whose opponents only fashioned one shot on target during the 90 minutes.
He said on LUTV: "I think second half I saw Kiko go into the south stand, go get a cup of tea, come back out. I think he went for a hot dog as well.
"It [that he had a quiet afternoon] just shows how dominant we have been as a defensive unit."
It was indeed a dominant Leeds performance, but there's been plenty of them at Elland Road this season and they haven't always yielded victories.
There have been occasions when Bielsa's side completely dominated and conceded in the last minute, like the visit of Derby County in September.
On this occasion, though, there never looked much threat of United conceding and the Yorkshire club can enjoy their status as top dogs for a couple of days.
West Brom can move back to the summit by beating lowly Stoke City on Monday night.
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