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Copy from Football Unlimited of 11/03/2007.
If you closed your eyes just for a moment and forgot all about the reality of the league table, the financial meltdown, the off-field bickering, life at Elland Road did not look as crummy as all that. An angelic looking blonde girl with pig tails played tag with her Leeds-shirted brother around Billy Bremner's statue. The queue to get into the club shop that has a sale on was healthy. A couple merrily scoffed their pre-match chips underneath the bronze plaque commemorating Bremner, Don Revie, and the FA Cup won by the old team of legend. There was, believe it or not, a buzz around the place.
Everybody knew this match had the feel of do or die. To the immense elation of the locals, Leeds found it in them to do enough. This win did not come without its moment of high anxiety, as Luton were awarded a penalty with four minutes to go.
The noise that cascaded around the place when Casper Ankergren plunged to parry Dean Morgan's spot kick was raw and wild. It ensured that Richard Cresswell's 50th-minute goal, scored through sheer will as much as skill, gives them glimmer of light.