Date:Monday May 6 2013
Vital Leeds would like to know what you regard as the Leeds United goal of the season.
Leeds scored 75 goals in all competitions with some crackers along the way.
Sam Byram v Oxford (h)
The youngster was making just his fifth appearance for the club but he showed his calmness and confidence as he chipped the Oxford goalkeeper with a deft chip.
Rodolph Austin v Cardiff City (a)
The big Jamaican international showed his power as his free kick from 35 yards gave the Cardiff goalkeeper no chance.
Aidy White v Everton (h)
White finally scored his first goal for Leeds and it was well worth the wait. White cut through the Everton defence before giving the goalkeeper no chance, in the opening minutes of the game.
Michael Tonge v Bristol City (a)
Tonge cut inside on his right foot on the edge of the area before firing into the far corner of the net.
Michael Tonge v Sheffield Wednesday (a)
Another great strike from Tonge from the edge of the area earned Leeds a point in the Yorkshire derby.
Luciano Becchio v Huddersfield (a) - 2nd goal
A great ball into the middle by Ryan Hall was met by a powerful header from Becchio to clinch a memorable win.
Luciano Becchio v Middlesbrough (h) 1st goal
A superb turn and strike by Becchio brought Leeds level and he went on to score the winner in the second half.
Luke Varney v Tottenham (h)
Varney had endured a poor first half of the season but this goal was the turning point in his season. He cut in from the left before giving Brad Friedel no chance.
Ross McCormack v Tottenham (h)
McCormack scored what proved to be the winner. He got in behind the Tottenham defence before cutting in on his left foot and firing past Friedel with a superb strike.
Ross McCormack v Derby (h)
He had come on as a substitute and he opened the scoring in this game with a great strike from the edge of the area.
Rodolph Austin v Burnley (h)
A great team goal. McCormack fired the ball out wide to Diouf, who controlled the ball with a fantastic touch and his inch perfect ball found the onrushing Austin, who made no mistake.
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