Leeds fought back from a goal to defeat Cambridge 2-1 in the 3rd round of the FA Mug at the Abbey Arena.
Uche Ikpeazu provided the hosts the lead with a great finish on 25 minutes, transforming inside the area as well as shooting off the near post from 12 backyards.
Leeds took a while to obtain going, yet Stuart Dallas equalised 11 minutes into the 2nd fifty percent, heading house Alex Mowatt's exceptional cross from the left wing.
Mowatt transformed marker on 64 mins, aiding on Pontus Jansson's header from an edge into the web to finish the turn-around.
Leeds have currently been awarded with a journey to either Sutton United or AFC Wimbledon, with the 4th round happening in between January 27-30.
Garry Monk' made 8 changes from the side that defeated Rotherham in the Championship, as well as the new-look XI started slowest at the Abbey Stadium.
Ikpeazu forced Marco Silvestri right into a great save from an angle after some poor protecting by Liam Cooper, prior to Ikpeazu provided Cambridge the lead, turning two defenders in the area as well as finding the near post past Silvestri with a great finish as the round came out to him from an obstructed free-kick.
Will Norris in the Cambridge goal made a good save from Mowatt's long-range effort before the break, and then saved well once again with his feet as Cooper climbed highest possible from a corner.
Silvestri toppled Piero Mingoia's addicted initiative from a corner after the break, prior to Leeds got the equaliser their second-half possession had actually called for.
Acquiring Mowatt's fantastic, deep cross, Dallas goinged the round back where it originated from and also into the much edge of the internet, his very first goal of the period.
Leeds pushed forward, and also it was 2-1 just 8 mins later with man-of-the-match Mowatt, that found himself under the crossbar to flick on Jansson's header from an edge.
Cambridge puffed to find a leveller, yet Mengoia's pot-shot from array, messed up by Silvestri prior to Leeds removed, was the closest they came as the visitors hung on.