Leeds United kicked off their third home game of the campain against Welsh side Swansea City at Elland Road. The game was kicked off and the match got off to a good start when 13 minutes into the game, Leeds skipper Richard Naylor miss kicked the ball to let Stephen Dobbie shoot and score. United 0-1 Swansea.4 minutes later, Leeds' claim for offside put Nathan Dyer through on goal, but goalkeeper Shane Higgs pulled off a great save to keep Leeds in the match.With seconds to go till half time, Bradley Johnson's shot from outside the penalty area smashed the crossbar bar and over, nearly finding Leeds the equaliser.11 minutes into the second half and Max Gradel's free kick was whiped into the penalty area as Neil Collins headered it but was saved by Dorus de Vries but couldn't stop Johnson's shot who smashed it in the top corner. Leeds were level.Soon after, Neill Kilkenny's shot was deflected and let Luciano Becchio get on the end of it and score. Leeds were in front for the first time and had shorely won it.After a nail bitting 20 minutes and 5 minutes added time, the full time whistle blew and Leeds had done it. A goal behind to a 2-1 victory at Elland Road.