In stoppage time, Pascal Struijk scored to earn Leeds a 1-1 draw with Brighton, which lifts them out of the relegation zone and offers them hope for survival.
Danny Welbeck’s first-half chip-in put Jesse Marsch’s team in a hazardous situation on the last day after he scored the game’s first goal.
Leeds moved out of the bottom three by one point at the cost of Burnley, who have a game in hand on their relegation rivals, thanks to a late Struijk header that lifted the roof off Elland Road.
This match takes place at Aston Villa on Thursday, whilst Leeds plays Brentford on the final day and Burnley plays Newcastle.
Joe Gelhardt’s effort from a corner kick was accidentally stopped on the goal line by the face of Liam Cooper, the captain for Leeds.
After that early opportunity, the visitors gained control and scored the game’s first goal, aided by the shaky defense that has plagued Leeds all season.
Rodrigo, the club’s record acquisition, hesitated in possession, allowing Brighton midfielder Yves Bissouma to steal the ball unchecked.