It really is. A bit like watching Barcelona.
In today's early kick off televised Championship game, Swansea City reinforced their charge for automatic promotion by giving super Leeds a masterclass in passing, possession and clinical finishing.
"We all love Leeds!" trumpeted three thousand travelling Yorkshiremen as they hailed their footballing heroes.
They might love Leeds, but nobody else does, and that's a fact. And if those stroppy Yorkshiremen thought they were intimidating the Swans - or their fans - they were sadly mistaken.
Yorkshire pride turned quite quickly to Yorkshire bewilderment as Swansea retained possession and constantly threatened to pounce. Like a crouching tiger, or a hidden dragon...or something.
It didn't take long for Swansea to register their superiority in every department, as Sinclair latched on to a neat back heel and opened the scoring.
Then Dyer, who had been causing havoc down the right wing was brought down in the box, with Sinclair coolly wrong footing the keeper to net for the second time on the day.
Swansea's third came after Luke Moore found himself in a one-on-one with Leeds keeper Casper Schmeichel, son of Peter. It wasn't really much of a contest, as Moore casually netted for 3-0.
It was an impressive display by the Swans, their passing and control were excellent, leaving super Leeds huffing and puffing and chasing shadows. But mercifully not kicking lumps out of their hosts as the Leeds of the Revie era were wont to do.
Swansea City - it really is a bit like watching Barcelona!
More as we get it.