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Jesse Marsch says he shut out the noise of Leeds United's supporter protest before the goal he has hailed as a 'massive moment' in their fight for survival.
The atmosphere inside Elland Road had turned sour as, with their team trailing 1-0 late in the second half, fans turned on the board and then sang the name of former boss Marcelo Bielsa.
But, in the 92nd minute, substitute Pascal Struijk headed an equalising goal to lift Leeds out of the bottom three with one game to play.
Leeds manager Jesse Marsch is under pressure as his side battles for