16 pictures from Leeds United's celebrations in last-gasp victory at Manchester City

Leeds United secured a stunning last-gasp 2-1 victory over Manchester City at the Etihad stadium on Saturday afternoon.

Saturday, 10th April 2021, 6:44 pm
Leeds United's players celebrate at the full-time whistle at the Etihad stadium.

Marcelo Bielsa's side claimed an impressive three points against the Premier League's champions-elect.

The Whites went ahead through Stuart Dallas in the first half but were up against it following a red card for captain Liam Cooper after VAR intervened over a tackle on Gabriel Jesus.

Leeds defended deep in the second period and were finally undone through Ferran Torres as the wide man struck 14 minutes from time.

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There was a two minute silence ahead of the game following the passing of Prince Philip on Friday.

City again pushed on but it was the 10 men of United who burst through in stoppage time as Dallas slid home an unlikely winner to spark wild celebrations across the Pennines.

Here, we take a look back at the best pictures from a memorable afternoon for Leeds United in Manchester:

Liam Cooper provides a crucial block in the opening exchanges as Ferran Torres looks to open the scoring with a volley from a corner.
Marcelo Bielsa and Pep Guardiola watch on at the Etihad as two good friends meet in opposition Premier League dugouts for a second time.
After some good play from Helder Costa with Leeds playing on the break... Patrick Bamford lays the ball to Stuart Dallas who drills a low shot off the inside of the post.
An unlikely lead but Dallas' goal gives Marcelo Bielsa's team the opener as they keep City at bay in the first half.
Disaster strikes in first half stoppage time. Cooper's tackle on Gabriel Jesus is upgraded from a yellow card to a red after a VAR review.
Diego Llorente and Tyler Roberts complain to referee Andre Marriner at half-time over his decision to reduce Leeds to 10 men just seconds before the interval.
With a man less Leeds are pushed back deep into their own half as City produce wave after wave of attack in the second period.
Pressure finally tells on Bielsa's men as winger Ferran Torres levels after finding space in the area - could Leeds now hold on for a point?
United hold firm as City go in search of a late winner. Guardiola is left frustrated by his sides inability to break Leeds down.
The clock ticks into added time and Leeds break. Dallas latches onto a ball from Gjanni Alioski and slides home past Ederson... wild celebrations follow.
What a goal and what a win. Dallas' late strike leaves no time for City to respond. Leeds have done it...
Just look at Ayling's face! Pure joy.
Dallas is mobbed. The 10 men of Leeds have done the unthinkable.
There's barely time on the clock for City to respond before the full-time whistle goes. A win over the soon to be Premier League champions.
Savour the three points, lads. Celebrations can fully begin. The 10 men of Leeds United have beaten Manchester City 2-1!