Sheffield Wednesday fan Michael Vaughan was cheering for Leeds United against Liverpool, according to his post on Twitter.
Leeds took on Liverpool at Elland Road in the Premier League on Monday evening.
It was the first Premier League game since the formation of the European Super League.
Liverpool are among 12 clubs who are part of the breakaway group, and last night, a lot of rival fans wanted Leeds to win.
Former Manchester United defender Gary Neville wanted the Whites to pick up all three points.
Former England international cricketer Vaughan – who is a well-known Wednesday fan – was following the game last night, and even he was cheering for Yorkshire rivals Leeds.
Liverpool took the lead in the first half, but Leeds launched a comeback and scored the equaliser late on.
It was another good performances from the Whites, who will now be confident of finishing in the Premier League top 10.
As for Liverpool, failure to win is another blow to their chances of finishing in the top four, but they may not be that bothered if they play in the European Super League next season.
Meanwhile, former Chelsea striker Chris Sutton has given his take on Twitter on Leeds leaving a number of T-shirts condemning the European Super League in the visiting team’s dressing room for Liverpool last night, according to The Yorkshire Evening Post.