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It has been a tough campaign for the Whites, who have only won eight games in the league all season, but they somehow managed to scrape a 1-1 draw against Brighton, meaning they sit one point ahead of relegation rivals Burnley.
Things didn't get off to the best of starts for Leeds when former Manchester United striker Danny Welbeck opened the scoring for Graham Potter's side in the 21st minute.
It was a deserved goal for the visitors after a bright start but Jesse Marsch's side didn't give up and in the 91st minute, Leeds youngster Joe Gelhardt, who has been a shining light for the club this season, produced a moment of individual brilliance.
The 20-year-old forward somehow managed to dance his way past the Brighton defence before lifting a ball over to defender Pascal Struijk, who was waiting at the back post.
Struijk headed home and it sparked some incredibe scenes at Elland Road. Just look at how much it meant.
Pascal Struijk Goal Leeds 1 - 1 Brighton pic.twitter.com/xxtADCQOFP— Tom Football Whizz (@TomWhizzz) May 15, 2022
GET INNNNNNNNN!!!! PASCAL YOU ABSOLUTE LEGEND!!! 1-1 pic.twitter.com/gHojYZNUaO— Leeds United (@LUFC) May 15, 2022
ABSOLUTE SCENES AT ELLAND ROAD!!!!! 🤯— Sky Sports Premier League (@SkySportsPL) May 15, 2022
Leeds United score in the 92ND MINUTE to level it against Brighton - a HUGE goal in the race for Premier League survival 📊 pic.twitter.com/Nc0u0CpX9v
Leeds currently sit one point ahead of Burnley in 17th place, although the Clarets have two games remaining against Aston Villa and Newcastle.
That game against Steven Gerrard's side on Thursday could prove vital in their fight for Premier League survival.
Jesse Marsch knows they will need some luck on the final day of the season. "We are alive right now," he said in his post-match press conference.
"We need to fight for every point and any point gets us closer. Burnley and Everton have games in hand. We need some help and be ready for next weekend."
⏰🔥— Sky Sports Statto (@SkySportsStatto) May 15, 2022
Leeds have scored a @premierleague high 7 stoppage-time goals this season - 6 of those 7 goals won points (3 winners, 3 equalisers)
9 of their 35 points this season have come from stoppage-time goals, including 5 of 12 under Jesse Marsch pic.twitter.com/UF5oARkFr2
Do you think Leeds can survive?
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