There seem to be some die-hard Leeds United fans present in Sri Lanka, the island nation in Asia, where England’s cricket team is currently on tour.

Last month, during a one-day international match between the two countries at the Rangiri Dambulla International Stadium, a flag of the Elland Road club was spotted in the stands.

And now, a fan has been spotted wearing a classic Leeds shirt during an ongoing test match that’s underway in the city of Colombo.

The strip worn by the fan, who looks to be having a good time with a glass of beer and hotdog for company, belongs to the early 2000s when whisky manufacturers Whyte and Mackay were the official kit sponsors of the Yorkshire club.

Check it out below:

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