WESLEY FOFANA netted the winner as Chelsea ended a six game winless run against Leeds.
And an eventful afternoon for the defender also saw him accidentally wipe out a steward at the side of the Stamford Bridge pitch.
The incident came with ten minutes left of the match, which Chelsea won 1-0.
Fofana, 22, found himself in a footrace to the ball with Leeds ace Wilfried Gnonto.
It was the Chelsea man who got there first, and a slight nudge from Gnonto sent him tumbling to the turf.
Fofana then slid along the surface and accidentally took out a steward who was standing at the side of the pitch.
The £70million summer signing hit the steward in the legs, causing them to lose their footing and crash to the ground.
Fofana had earlier headed the Blues in front from a Ben Chilwell corner.
And that was how it finished, as Graham Potter’s side held on to claim a valuable three points against relegation threatened Leeds.
Fofana’s goal was just the seventh time Chelsea have found the back of the net since November 6.
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But despite the win, the Blues are still tenth in the Premier League table.
Potter and Co are 11 points off Tottenham in fourth, with a crunch Champions League meeting with Borussia Dortmund coming up on Tuesday.
Chelsea go into the match at Stamford Bridge 1-0 down from the first leg.