Not only did he secure back-to-back victories for his side, at the expense of Yorkshire rivals, but he also secured a piece of club history and joined an exclusive group of players who have hit the ground running in the Premier League following promotion.
For more on this and all the must-know facts from the third round of fixtures, read below. To see the reports and key data for the matches, click on the results.
Chelsea have become the first Premier League team to avoid defeat after trailing by three goals at half-time since West Ham United also fought back to draw 3-3 against West Bromwich Albion in February 2011.
Patrick Bamford has become the first Leeds United player to score in their first three top-flight appearances, and only the third player to do so in the first three Matchweeks of a Premier League season for a promoted team, after Michael Ricketts in 2001/02 for Bolton Wanderers and Norwich's Teemu Pukki last term.
Callum Wilson's equaliser for Newcastle United at 96min 20sec was the latest scored by a team with their first shot on target in a Premier League match since Opta began collecting exact PL goal times in 2006.
Aston Villa have kept their first clean sheet in 27 Premier League away matches, a feat they previously achieved at West Brom in January 2016. It is only the third time they have opened a PL campaign with back-to-back victories, having also done so in 1995/96 and 1999/00.