Rapinha walks the stadium on her knees after surviving Leeds relegation

Rapinha got down on her knees and walked through the arena. Leeds They won 2-1 and survived the relegation of the Premier League. Brentford. You can see the moment below.

Coming to the last day, Jesse Marsch’s side needed two things. He had a positive result against Brent Ford, a team that finished the season well, and signaled Newcastle to beat fellow pitcher Burnley.

To please Leeds supporters, both of these scenarios were put into action.

Callum Wilson scored the brace that gave Newcastle a deserved 2-1 win, and the Whites took all three in the 93rd minute thanks to Jack Harrison’s scrimmer. Look what I mean.

It was a dramatic finale in every way. And on one stage, it looked like Burnley could prepare for his return after Maxwell Cornett scored one goal with 20 minutes left at Turf Moor.

However, Leeds went on hiatus as goals from Rapinha and Harrison earned them a place in the Premier League next season.

Meanwhile, Rapinha successfully finished the individual match with a successful penalty kick. After the full-time whistle, he crawls full-time on his knees all over the pitch.

According to the Twitter account @LeedsEverywhereThis seems to be a South American ritual to repay the gods for your requested wishes.

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After kneeling and walking the entire stadium, Raphinha decided to climb up to the stands and celebrate with the traveling Leeds support team.

Leeds manager Jesse Marsch gave the players an emotional dressing room address after a heroic match on the final day.

“I said before the game that you were the best group I’ve ever worked with and a commitment to each other and we showed you a video of this last minute goal,” he said.

“It’s a group that shows what we believe in and never gives up, running for each other, fighting for each other, doing everything we can, and that’s what got us here.

“It’s your character. I don’t want to stand in front of the fans and hear my name being called. It is us. It will always be us and we will remain in the Premier League.”


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