Leeds United are currently sitting in the automatic places after their win at Luton Town over the weekend.
Leeds United fans on Twitter were in hysterics after listening to a Luton Town commentator reacting angrily to Patrick Bamford's opening goal over the weekend.
In the build-up to Bamford's opener, Luton fans, including the commentator, felt that Izzy Brown was tripped and should have been awarded a foul as Leeds went down the other end to put the ball into the back of the net.
It was a controversial opener and one that Leeds, including Bamford, soaked in, as the former Chelsea man would be in the thick of it again late on.
As you can see below, the Luton commentator was not pleased that the referee didn't award the home team a foul, as James Collins would equalise not long after Bamford opened the scorings.
But late on, Bamford then netted the winner for his team, as the game was action-packed from start to finish.
Leeds fans on Twitter clearly felt that it wasn't a foul on Brown and the referee made the right call in letting the game play on.
Nonetheless, that game and those three points were very valuable because it means that Leeds are now sitting in the automatic places.
On Tuesday night, they face yet another tough Championship contest as they take on Reading away from home.
Here is a selection of Leeds fans on Twitter reacting to Luton's reaction to Bamford's goal:
Brown WAS tripped...in the same way I'm riding this bike on top of this tree!— 1919 - Bielsa (@aclr1972) November 23, 2019
Hilarious commentary— Mikey P (@MikeyPleeds) November 23, 2019
Pair of absolute plonkers saying Kiko should be booked for kicking the ball out of the stadium??— lewis (@restortion) November 23, 2019
The commentators— iTom Townend Carajo! (@Tomtownend99) November 24, 2019
What a Div on commentary— Andy Dent (@Thedentsmaster) November 23, 2019
The regular pair of Donuts commentary continues! mot⚽️— Carlos (@SteedOfSteel) November 23, 2019
Excellent Commentary— JOE :) MOT (@JOEMOTALAW) November 23, 2019
TRIPPED— Steve (@SteveHaylesALAW) November 23, 2019
Those commentators must of been on the weed before the game. What a pair of Richard Heads.— Garry Maltby (@maltbyg72) November 24, 2019
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