Patrick Bamford scored one and set up the other goal as Leeds beat Fulham in a frantic game at Craven Cottage.
The hosts missed the chance to move out of the Premier League relegation zone with a third defeat in four games.
Leeds had two goals disallowed in the first half – first when Luke Ayling’s header was ruled out by the video assistant referee and then when Raphinha was well offside before slotting home.
They led when Bamford, who missed out on selection for the England squad on Thursday, smashed home at the near post from Jack Harrison’s cross.
Fulham were level when defender Joachim Andersen volleyed in from Ademola Lookman‘s corner, his first goal in English football.
But Leeds scored the winner just before the hour mark, as Bamford fed Raphinha, who beat two defenders before poking home.
The result takes Marcelo Bielsa’s Leeds up to 11th in the table on 39 points.
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