Leeds United’s media team captured the moment victorious players returned to Molineux’s away dressing room. A combination of relief and jubilation was etched onto the Whites’ squad faces after they ground out a pivotal away win.

In typical Leeds fashion, they had to win the hard way. A three-goal lead put United into the driving seat with just under half an hour remaining.

However, Wolverhampton Wanderers scored two in quick fashion - with the away end anticipating the worst. But Leeds dug deep and, buoyed by Jonny’s late red card, managed to score a fourth in stoppage time to put the game to bed.

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The victory lifted the Whites out of the drop zone and up to 14th, highlighting just how tight the relegation race is shaping up this season. Just four points separate rock-bottom Southampton and 12th-placed Crystal Palace.

Leeds’ media crew filmed the ecstatic players as they walked back down the tunnel. Wilfried Gnonto, in particular, got a little too excited with Rasmus Kristensen - who bagged his first Leeds goal.

Patrick Bamford shared the emotions of every Leeds fan, breathing a huge sigh of relief after leaving the field. Whigfield’s 1992 classic “Saturday Night” was heard blasting from the dressing room as the post-match celebrations kicked off.


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