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Leeds fan issues update from hospital after getting hurt celebrating winner against Wolves

A Leeds United fan issues an update from hospital after getting hurt celebrating the winner against Wolves on Friday night.

A Twitter user under the name of ‘Standli’s Legacy’ took to update his followers after he fell whilst going wild for Luke Ayling’s 90th minute winner at Molineux.

He tweeted: “Broken Arm Whites!! @LUFC Down 5 rows when @lukeayling_8 scored!!! Totally worth it!! (Slight lie… PAIN!) diamond of a steward and st johns looking after me. Credit to @Wolves #lufc”

He added that he was taken to Wolverhampton A&E with a broken arm which will take between 6 and 8 weeks to recovery before being able to use it again.

Talking of goal celebrations, Luke Ayling spoke about his, claiming it was a failed attempt at what Robbie Keane did all them years ago.

Ayling admitted said on his winner that sparked pandemonium in the away end: “It’s some buzz you know! We come in 2-0 down with a sloppy goal at the end of the half, but we come out second half and showed a bit of character. The man getting sent off is a massive game changer and it’s a massive three points.

“We got in some great positions in the first half and maybe taken a goal before they got their first, but that sums up our season. We created a few chances then they counter and score. I don’t know I was on the other side. It seemed like our goalie got there first but they’re both running at pace. If it goes against us it’s probably harsh, but we’ll take it.”

On the Raul Jimenez red card giving Leeds a new found impetus and his injury time goal: “As soon as the red card happened it gave us a boost, we got the first and then the second. After the second we went a bit flat and went long too quickly, but then obviously got the third in the end.

“I just got my head over it and smashed it as hard as I could! I tried to do the Robbie Keane celebration but didn’t land the cartwheel so I’ll have to work on that!”

Leeds were forced into four substitutions with Patrick Bamford, Mateusz Klich, Illan Meslier and Diego Llorente all forced off the field of play. Speaking on Bamford in particular, Ayling said: “He’s worked so hard to get back and it’s been such a frustrating season for him.

“Coming off the back of last season, scoring all those goals then coming into this season and getting injured early on. The boys are gutted for him, but he’ll be working hard to get back. I spoke to him briefly at half-time and he seemed not too down. He’s had a problem with his foot over the last few weeks, but I think it’s just a bit sore.”

He said on their survival chances: “It’s huge for us to put a bit of daylight between us and relegation but teams have games in hand so we need to see what happens with them games and try to keep building on these set of results. We’ve been playing well since the new gaffer came in, so we’ve got to keep building and picking up points.”

SEE MORE: Jamie Carragher chokes as Leeds complete astounding comeback to win at Wolves

Twitter reacted as a Leeds fan issues an update from hospital after getting hurt celebrating winner against Wolves…

@_Andy_Pandy___: Holy shit lad I was the one that went down the stairs with you. Hope ur all good

@Michael17314770: You sir are a fucking legend.. 👏👏👏

@MikeGore2: Get well soon mate. That was carnage in there

@rosslufc1919: Good luck explaining that one to your boss 😂

@Harrythecat86: We don’t call it limbs for nothing lad

@john959379: It’s painful watching Leeds at times…

@fredchapman46: Omg ALAW take care bro

@lukecorcoran: Taking the whole football limbs thing too far! Heal up fast and hopefully the win was worth it

@Dan__Vincent: Fair play there was some limbs being thrown when that 3rd went in 👏 good luck for rest of the season

@CorkyMrC: Get well soon mate. Despite the pain, it’s one to live long in the memory 💙💛🤍

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