The Leeds fan shows off just broken suffered winning goal

& # 39; I thought, "I probably have to go to the hospital" but my priority was to keep looking ": Leeds fan lets horrific broken celebrate with winning goal just ago … and he stayed until the end of the game!

  • Leeds maintained its promotional offer with a win over Sheffield Wednesday
  • One fan will not soon forget the 65th minute Jack Harrison winner
  • He fell down a few steps to celebrate the goal, breaking his ankle

Leeds' desire to return to the Premier League for the first time in 15 years really fascinated their fans.

So much so that one supporter continued to watch until the end of their 1-0 win on Sheffield Wednesday … despite breaking his ankle celebrating the winner!

Jack Harrison scored the decisive goal by shooting on the flank 65 minutes into the match when Marcelo Bielsa's side advanced three points for Sheffield United, third place.

Leeds fan Matt Richardson broke his ankle and celebrated Jack Harrison's winner on Saturday

Leeds fan Matt Richardson broke his ankle and celebrated Jack Harrison's winner on Saturday

Celebrations were predictably hectic as we approached the final point of a dramatic championship campaign.

It turned out to be one for 18-year-old Matt Richardson that he would not soon forget.

& # 39; I jumped up, ran down the stairs, I missed my step and fell over, & # 39; Richardson told the Yorkshire Evening Post.

& # 39; Before I know it, I look at my ankle and it's like I'm falling off. & # 39;

Harrison stayed sideways in the 65th minute to free Leeds on three points

Harrison stayed sideways in the 65th minute to free Leeds on three points

Harrison stayed sideways in the 65th minute to free Leeds on three points

Harrison celebrates putting Leeds on the path for another three crucial points in the promotion bid

Harrison celebrates putting Leeds on the path for another three crucial points in the promotion bid

Harrison celebrates putting Leeds on the path for another three crucial points in the promotion bid

& # 39; I looked down and thought, "I should probably go to the hospital," but my main priority was to continue watching the game. & # 39;

Despite the advice of paramedics, he continued to watch the last 25 minutes when Leeds brought the opening back to the front runner Norwich to four points.

& # 39; I called the nurses but I made it clear that I kept watching the full 90 minutes.

& # 39; I was more interested in the fact that Leeds is going to the Premier League! & # 39;

Leeds returns to action on Friday when they organize Wigan on Elland Road.

Leeds fans are enjoying the moment as they continue their bid to return to the Premier League

Leeds fans are enjoying the moment as they continue their bid to return to the Premier League

Leeds fans are enjoying the moment as they continue their bid to return to the Premier League

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