Leeds confirmed their Premier League survival at the expense of Burnley who fell 2-1 to Newcastle as Jesse Marsch’s side managed the same scoreline with victory at Brentford.
Marsch’s men overtook the Clarets on a dramatic final day but nearly lost their advantage as Brentford piled up the late pressure.
Sergi Canos was sent off for a second yellow as he took off his shirt after a 78th-minute equalizer after Raphinha opened the scoring from the penalty spot.
But Harrison then caused euphoria at the Brentford Community Stadium with his long-range strike in stoppage time, leaving Marsch a heap of joy on the touchline.
It was pure misery at Turf Moor as two goals from Callum Wilson ended Mike Jackson’s recovery work at Burnley, despite consolation from Maxwell Cornet hinting at a late turnover.
The Clarets had survival in their hands as they headed to the final day level on points with Leeds but with a far superior goal difference, but Newcastle quickly paid for that.
A blatant handball from Nathan Collins had given the Magpies the lead when Wilson pulled away in the 20th minute and he then doubled his tally with ease on the hour mark.
Burnley star Cornet sent home a short time later to give his side hope, but even an equalizer wouldn’t have been enough as Harrison handed Leeds the win.
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