Leeds came out on top in a seven-goal thriller against Fulham in their first Premier League home game for 16 years.
Leeds’ opening two Premier League games this season have seen 14 goals, the most in a top-flight side’s opening two matches since Wolves in 1962-63.
Helder Costa opened the scoring for the hosts with powerful close-range effort that went in off the underside of the crossbar.
However, Aleksandar Mitrovic levelled the scores with a penalty after Robin Koch had fouled Joe Bryan.
Mateusz Klich restored Leeds’ lead with a penalty after Bryan fouled Patrick Bamford.
Bamford’s placed effort just after the interval put Leeds firmly in charge and they looked to have sealed the win when Costa added a fourth.
But Bobby Decordova-Reid’s low drive and Mitrovic’s second goal of the day for the Cottagers set up a dramatic finale.
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