All The Goals As Bielsa's Leeds Hammer Lampard's Derby

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It was Lawrence's late header last weekend that completed the comeback for Derby County against Reading and on Saturday, he showed that he's not too shabby with the ball at his feet either.

Lampard will now be charged to do better than that and take Derby back to the top flight for the first time since 2008, when the club was relegated with just 11 points.

Klich's second goal in two games gave United a fifth-minute lead and while Derby equalised seven minutes later through a stunning free-kick from Tom Lawrence, United went back in front in the 21st minute with a precise header from Roofe.

"I have spoken before about it being important to have options across all areas and Scott provides another one for us, but I think it's also important to mention that Max Lowe has been fantastic in the games so far".

The first chance of the match fell his way as Harry Wilson drove into the penalty area and picked out Waghorn, who could only scuff his shot into the path of Mason Mount. Tom Lawrence's direct running was too much for Luke Ayling, the right-back bringing down the Welsh worldwide outside the corner of the penalty area.

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From the opening exchanges, it was clear that this game was always going to one that had goals in it. Lawrence smashed the free kick over the wall and through the grasp of Peacock-Farrell, who appeared to have the shot covered.

"Leeds have come to our place and looked more confident than us.it comes down to the basics of football, if you don't move the ball quickly enough and you're not fearless enough and your quality is not quite good enough then it's hard to get out and we weren't good enough today".

Dishing out a 4-1 win tonight, Leeds were relentless. First, Roofe slammed the ball high past Carson to register his second.

Leeds struck again with devastating speed.

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