Friday Dec 04, 2020. 16:00
Tony Yeboah established himself as a cult hero at Leeds United despite spending only two years at Elland Road.
The former Ghana international, who moved to Leeds from Eintracht Frankfurt in 1995, scored 32 goals in 66 games for Leeds, the best of which came in matches versus Liverpool and Wimbledon in the 1995-96 season.
He moved back to Germany with Hamburger SV in 1997 before ending his playing career in Qatar.
In June, Jordan Ayew surpassed Yeboah to become Ghana’s leading marksman in English Premier League history.
Relive all of Yeboah’s goals for Leeds, here: