A total of three penalties were converted as Chelsea leave it late against Leeds United to secure a dramatic win.

Marcelo Bielsa’s men took the lead courtesy of Raphinha who slotted the ball to his left from 12 yards.

The Blues soon found their way back to level matters when Marcos Alonso picked out Mason Mount in the box with a squared ball.

A 57th-minute penalty put the Blues in front for the first time in the game as Jorginho buried the ball from the spot.

Few minutes from stoppage time history was made for Joe Geharldt as he drew his side level and by doing so at 19 years of age becomes Leeds youngest scorer in the league since James Milner in 2004.

Joe Geharldt nets his first League goal

Leeds had seemed to be running out of the Bridge with a point but were put to the sword when Jorginho coolly converted his second spot-kick of the evening to return the Blues back to winning ways.

Jorginho celebrates his second penalty goal

The win was crucial to Thomas Tuchel’s men who had relinquished their lead at the summit as they kept up with Liverpool and City in the three-horsed title race.