(Video) The full Leeds United free-kick routine leading to Pablo Hernandez’s goal v Burton

Leeds United came back from behind to take all three points against Burton Albion at the Pirelli Stadium tonight.

The win marks the Peacocks’ fourth consecutive victory, extending their unbeaten run to six games with fans getting to see their club fight back to earn a victory for the first time in 2017.

With Burton in the ascendancy till the 60th minute, Leeds impressive run looked likely to end but two quick fire goals from Pablo Hernandez and Kemar Roofe took Leeds ahead in the space of just 3 minutes.

The coaching staff at Leeds deserve much credit for their first goal as the players engineered a brilliant set-piece which managed to totally outwit Stephen Bywater to get the Whites on level terms.

With Leeds players obstructing the keepers line of sight at first and then rushing out to the edge of the box, the former Hammers keeper just couldn’t keep track of what was happening as Pablo Hernandez curled the ball into the net.

Elated Leeds fans took to Twitter to appreciate both the coaching staff and the players for executing the brilliant set-piece as they managed to outwit their opponents within the laws of the game to score a magnificent goal.

Check out the full move below –

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