CHERRIES loanee Jaidon Anthony marked his goal for Leeds United during the Whites’ 1-1 FA Cup draw with Plymouth Argyle with an emotional tribute to his mother.

Prior to Cherries’ fixture with Liverpool a week ago, it was announced that Anthony’s mother, Donna, had unfortunately passed.

Both Cherries and Leeds donned black armbands in remembrance for their fixtures last Sunday, against Liverpool and Preston respectively.

Named on the bench for Leeds’ fixtures against Preston and Norwich, Anthony was handed a start at Elland Road against Plymouth.

He responded by opening scores with a mazy run and trademark curled finish, before revealing a message underneath his shirt that read: “Rest in perfect peace mum”.

Anthony took to social media afterwards, sharing: “Rest in perfect peace mumma.

“This one was for you!

“If you weren’t at my games you would always find a stream, my number one supporter.

“I don’t know when this will get easier, but I’m taking peace in knowing you’re watching over me - just hope they got some Bacardi up there for you!”

Adam Randell’s second half equaliser means Leeds and Plymouth will now face a replay in Devon for a spot in the fifth round of the FA Cup.