Manchester United fans rubbed salt on Leeds United’s wounds after their dramatic 4-2 Premier League win on Sunday.
United led 2-0 in the first half thanks to goals from Harry Maguire and Bruno Fernandes, but left bitter rivals Leeds back in the game after Rodrigo and Raphinha’s two goals within two minutes shortly after half-time .
Despite the fear, the Red Devils retook the lead in the 70th minute through Fred’s strike before 19-year-old Anthony Elanga sealed victory with a fourth goal.
And United fans celebrated the win by taking to Wikipedia to poke fun at Leeds while simultaneously paying tribute to teenage sensation Elanga.
A screenshot posted to Twitter by the United Journal account showed how Red Devils supporters changed the name of Elland Road – home of Leeds United – to Elanga Road on the site.
In a bit of trolling, they also changed the full name and description of the location in honor of their academy graduate.
Meanwhile, the ‘owner’ section has been amended to read: ‘Bruno Fernandes, who scored 6 goals against leeds united.’
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The hard-earned victory and the celebrations that followed come after a difficult period for the Old Trafford side, who had won just one of their previous four matches.
Ralf Rangnick’s side are now firmly back in contention for a top-four finish and sit fourth in the table with 46 points.
This will be a huge boost despite Arsenal and Tottenham having three games in hand.
Meanwhile, Swedish winger Elanga managed to score his second goal of the season after coming on as a substitute.
The youngster is becoming a trusted member of Rangnick’s squad and has already made nine appearances under the German.