Derby County Players Mock Leeds United For Spygate After Elland Road Win

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Leeds went into the second leg of this play-off semi-final with a one goal advantage thanks to Kemar Roofe's victor at Pride Park, but Leeds being Leeds, they crumbled when it mattered most, allowing Derby back into the game.

Derby County edged closer to their dream of playing in the English Premier League after defeating Leeds United 4-3 on aggregate to advance to the play-off final.

Leeds looked to have regained control on an fantastic night of football when Stuart Dallas bagged his second, but there was still time for more drama.

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Lampard, who will come up against his former Chelsea team mate John Terry, who is assistant coach at Villa, hailed the approach of his players.

Mateusz Klich then saw a deflected drive hit the crossbar but Derby levelled against the run of play on the stroke of half-time - substitute Marriott having an instant impact as he capitalised on a mix-up between Liam Cooper and Leeds goalkeeper Kiko Casilla.

Frank Lampard's team went in front in the tie thanks to goals from Mason Mount and Harry Wilson after the restart, but left-back Dallas netted a brilliant curling finish to square the match up again. "I'm not gonna lie maybe it is", he told Sky Sports, per the Mirror. I've heard a lot of people saying I'm crying about Spygate. "Sometimes feelings can be wrong but when we got the first goal back the belief just began to rise", he said. I haven't thought about Spygate for a long time.

The manager even laughingly pretended to wipe away tears as he sang the final line as Derby got the last laugh on Leeds, beating them for the first time in what was their final of four meetings this season. He covers all sport from football, formula one, cricket, rugby, tennis, athletics, mma and wrestling.

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