Aston Villa defender was impressed by the travelling claret and blues following on Sunday.
Villa were held to a 1-1 draw by Leeds United, as their run of 10 wins on the spin came to an end on Sunday.
The claret and blues and Leeds played out a fiercely competitive encounter at Elland Road, and the atmosphere in the ground was outstanding.
With Leeds fans feeling that decisions were going against them, the noise levels were very high.
But Tuanzebe insists that he could hear Villa supporters right the way to the end of the contest.
“Everywhere you go when you are fighting for something important, the atmosphere is always going to immense,” he said.
“Everyone is going to bring their A-game. Our fans give us the same kind of support and push us on to win games.
“They did the same on Sunday, they were fighting for us. You could hear them until the end.”
Leeds and Villa’s match will live long the memory as it was so controversial.
Leeds scored through Mateusz Klich, but Villa had stopped playing, as Marcelo Bielsa’s men looked as if they were about to put the ball out of play to allow the injured Jonathan Kodjia to receive treatment.
Villa were then allowed to walk the ball into Leeds’ net, in a show of great sportsmanship from Bielsa.
Leeds and Villa could yet meet again this season, with the pair both set to be playing in the play offs next month.
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