United match-winner on that late goal drama...
Darren O'Dea was delighted to emerge as the unlikely hero at Peterborough on Saturday after his thumping strike won the game for Leeds United.
Luciano Becchio was initially credited with the 95th minute goal when he appeared to head home the rebound after an O'Dea rocket smashed against the underside of the bar.
But the assistant referee was already flagging to confirm O'Dea's initial strike had crossed the line and TV pictures confirmed that it had crossed the line by some margin.
"Luc was celebrating and I was more than happy to celebrate with him because it was three points," said Darren. "But they gave it to me because it was over the line and I'm delighted.
"I don't think I score enough, and should score more. I know from being in my own box defending I can get on the end of things and don't see why I can't do it in the opposition box. I think Leesy's very good at it and it's something I can work on."
United appeared to be in control, leading 2-1 with three minutes of normal time remaining, but the hosts snatched a leveller and the points were only secured deep in stoppage time with the final kick of the game.
"It would have been more satisfying if we'd kept a clean sheet and won it more comfortably," said Darren.
"We're just delighted to get out of there with three points because it is a tough place to come. Maybe when we analyse things we'll see where we could have done a bit better."
The win lifted United up to third in the table ahead of the Saturday afternoon games, and Simon Grayson's men emerged from the weekend in fifth spot in the division.
"We're only a quarter of the way through the season," said Darren.
"We'll be up and down and it's about being level headed. We know we're doing well and we'll look to keep things going, but we won't be getting ahead ourselves.
"We've played 12 games and there's 36 to go so there's a lot of football to be played."