Ecstasy enthralled amongst the Leeds faithful as Pablo Hernandez scored the winner at the Liberty Stadium in the dying minutes of the game.
It was a massive goal for the club, lifting Leeds three points clear of second-placed West Brom and six points above an in-form Brentford in third.
Leeds had not won away to Swansea since April 1964. However, the history is now on course to repeat itself as they were promoted into the top flight as second-tier champions that season.
The victory was hard to come by against the Swans, who managed to suffocate Marcelo Bielsa’s men for the majority of the game.
In the end, the winner came from a former Swansea professional, Pablo Hernandez, who spent two years at the club between 2012 and 2014.
The Spanish midfielder, who came on as a half time substitute duly finished a pullback from Luke Ayling, who covered a stunning amount of ground to find Hernandez near the penalty spot.
The celebrations that followed duly exemplified the euphoria that roared in the hearts of the Leeds faithful worldwide.
A new video of the game captured from the stands has arrived online.
It describes the love and passion associated individuals had for Leeds United, starting from the club’s majority stakeholder Andrea Radrizzani.
The Italian businessman can be seen fist-pumping in the stands as the rest of the team celebrated on the pitch.
There was plenty happening on the grass as well; goalkeeper Illan Meslier covered the whole ground to celebrate with the team while the man with the assist, Luke Ayling, was left ragged by teammate Gaetano Berardi.