Hadi Sacko praised Luke Ayling for his goal and celebration after Leeds United beat nine-man Wolves 4-2 in a relegation-six pointer at Molineux on Saturday.

The former Leeds star called Ayling’s celebration as ‘special’ on Instagram after he doubled his side’s lead against their relegation rivals and pushed Javi Gracia’s men out of danger.

A lot was riding on this game before a ball was kicked because of how congested and jam-packed it is for the bottom nine teams in the Premier League.

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Even after the latest round of results, it’s actually become tighter down the bottom, with only four points separating 12th-placed Crystal Palace, who recently sacked Patrick Vieira, and bottom-of-the-table Southampton, who scored a stoppage-time penalty to draw against Tottenham.

Nonetheless, when Ayling reacted on his IG to yesterday’s win, including images of his unique Robbie Keane-esque celebration, he received many responses in the comments section.

Former Leeds forward Kemar Roofe posted ‘Deja Vu’, whilst Sam Greenwood told him ‘love it, Bill’, Rodrigo called his teammate ‘the best’ and Tyler Roberts added ‘Wolves away. Completed it’.

Hadi Sacko also added: “Mister special celebration’ added with laughing and fire emojis.

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There is still a long way to go, but these are a massive three points for Leeds in their bid to survive the drop.

Goals have been scored, a win away from home, the squad is looking healthy from an injury perspective and they have beaten a relegation rival.

There are a lot of positives to take. But the Yorkshire outfit are only two points above the danger zone and now it’s a case of putting that consistent run together when teams return from the international break.

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