Fulham manager Marco Silva tells Match of the Day: "Great, great win for us. It was well deserved from our players and we were the best team on the pitch. We know it’s tough to play at Elland Road, even more because they were doing everything to get three points again. Starting by losing the game at this stadium and coming back like we did is unbelievable work from our players.
"They deserve all the credit. They stuck to the plan, did what we asked, congratulations to them and our fans. It’s a long journey for them and they go home really happy."
On if he has sympathy with Jesse Marsch: "Of course. Football is really tough. Sometimes a defeat or a win makes a huge difference. All of us live under pressure. You know that in football if you have time to work with your players, if you have the quality the things will come in the right way. Marsch has shown last season the quality he has."
Leeds defender Luke Ayling: "It's a hard one to take. We did well in the first 30 minutes but we were sloppy from set-pieces, with all three goals coming from them. That just can't happen. We work hard on stopping goals like that, but today it wasn't good enough.
"We're starting games well but we're not taking our chances. But we can't sit around and feel sorry for ourselves. We have to pick ourselves up and go again."
On manager Jesse Marsch: "The boys are right behind him. He took over in a tricky situation last season and kept us in the league.
Message to the fans: "We're only 11 games into the season. We've been in worse positions, like last season. and there's still a long way to go so please stay calm and stay with us."