Leeds worthy winners - Warnock
Neil Warnock felt Leeds were full value for their 2-1 Capital One Cup upset win over Everton - and claimed they could have won by even more.
The Championship side secured a 2-1 victory at Elland Road on Tuesday night thanks to goals from Aidy White and Rodolph Austin, with Everton only managing an 81st-minute consolation through defender Sylvain Distin.
The triumph put Leeds through to the fourth round and sent one of tournament favourites tumbling out, and Warnock believes it was a fair result against a side who are third in the Barclays Premier League.
"They (Everton) wanted to win it - make no mistake - but I think we deserved it on the night," Warnock told Sky Sports 2.
"I thought we were a little bit sharper, we won the second balls and I think we should have scored one or two other goals, so we're disappointed that we didn't, but we never do anything easy."
White's superb goal gave Leeds the lead after just four minutes and the 20-year-old was delighted to finally open his account for the club.
He said: "It's amazing to finally get it after all these years of waiting. I've been dreaming of finally scoring for Leeds and it's come true and I couldn't think of a better way to do it than against a really good team."
Asked about how far Leeds could go in the competition now, White said: "Hopefully all the way. It's a massive cup and we want to win every game and take every game as it comes, and if we can keep progressing in the cup it'd be brilliant and to get to the final... why not?"