CELEBRATE: Raphinha leads the celebrations as Leeds United secure Premier League survival (Photo by Alex Davidson/Getty Images)

YEP writers' end-of-season Leeds United awards dominated by unanimous Raphinha decision

Our Leeds United writers choose their goal of the season, player of the season, moment of the season and game of the season

By Joe Donnohue, Lee Sobot, Flora Snelson, Graham Smyth
Wednesday, 25th May 2022, 12:46 pm

Leeds United's 2021/22 campaign could so easily have been one to forget had their final day encounter with Brentford played out differently.

Losing to the Bees in their last game of the season would have condemned the Whites to relegation, but instead a Raphinha penalty and Jack Harrison strike earned all three points in west London, opening up a three-point cushion on Burnley.

United will once again be playing Premier League football next season, in no small part due to 11-goal Raphinha and 8-goal Harrison.

Our Leeds United writers at the YEP have been tasked with selecting their goal, player, moment and game of the season in a special end-of-term awards ceremony.

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