Phil Jagielka’s second-half own goal helped Leeds United to a Yorkshire derby victory over Sheffield United at Elland Road.
Leeds made a fast start and forced Aaron Ramsdale into early saves from Kalvin Phillips and Stuart Dallas.
The Sheff Utd goalkeeper could do nothing to stop Jack Harrison’s tap-in on 12 minutes from Raphinha’s cross.
But Ramsdale saved impressively again from Harrison on the half-hour and it allowed the sides to go in level at the break after Ben Osborn equalised, following up Oli McBurnie’s blocked shot.
Leeds went back in front on 49 minutes when Harrison’s cross was diverted into his own net by Jagielka.
Ramsdale was on hand once more to deny Patrick Bamford while Oliver Burke went close to a second equaliser.
But Leeds closed out their win to rise to 10th with 42 points. Sheff Utd remain bottom on 14 points.