SAFE SURELY: Harrison helps Leeds overcome Sheffield United
Jack Harrison scored and forced an own goal in Leeds United's 2-1 win over Sheffield United to surely secure their Premier League safety.
His first opened the scoring at Elland Road after Raphinha waltzed into the opposition box and passed the ball across the face of the goal.
Harrison was waiting to tap into an empty net to give Leeds the lead against Sheffield United.
Ben Osborn equalised for the visitors on the stroke of half time when the goalline technology confirmed his shot had crossed the line.
However, Harrison had a big part to play in Leeds United going back in front against their Yorkshire rivals.
It was his cross that forced Phil Jagielka to put the ball into his own net.
Had he not dealt with the dangerous ball in, Raphinha would have had an effort on target behind him.
The result surely guarantees Leeds' safety and fans can relax at the prospect of more Premier League football next season.
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