Leeds took the maximum three points as they entertained Sheffied United on 3rd April.
It was a composed performance with Leeds dominate possession and chances, and it was only due to some outstanding goalkeeping and a few wasted opportunities that the scores stayed low.
Harrison opened the scoring on 12 minutes but Sheffield equalised against the run of play two minutes into stoppage time at the end of the first half. Leeds fans have come to accept that scratching heads and wondering how the scores are level (or Leeds are behind) is a trait we have to get used to.
The quality dipped a little in the second half, but it was always Leeds that looked like scoring. It took an own goal from Jagielka, who probably took it off the foot of Bamford from 6 years out to be fair - and no less than Leeds deserved.
Overall, a solid performance that moved Leeds into the top half of the table (pending other results) and further cemented the Blades position at the foot of the table..
The good news is that Elland Road is starting to resemble a football pitch once again, father than a farmers field, and Bielsa has found his dog clippers and given himself a haircut!