Manchester United supporters have been making the most of an opportunity to mock rivals Leeds United following the 4-2 victory at Elland Road, with tongue-in-cheek alterations made to the Wikipedia page on the Yorkshire club's home ground.
Man Utd defeated Leeds on their own turf on Sunday afternoon in a thrilling Premier League match.
Their fans are now revelling in a War of the Roses win, with changes made to the website that are sure to rile old adversaries.
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What have Man Utd fans done?
Red Devils supporters were quick to alter the name of Elland Road to Elanga Road after the 19-year-old Swedish forward grabbed their fourth and final goal.
They also made sure to rub salt a little deeper into Leeds’ wounds by changing all stand names to those of the four Man Utd goalscorers – Harry Maguire, Bruno Fernandes, Fred and Elanga.