Championship: Leeds United 2 Derby County 4 (3-4 adj)

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Derby County came from behind to beat Leeds United 4-2 on Elland Road and book a showdown with Aston Villa in the championship final.

Leeds secured a 1-0 win over the weekend – a third win of three against the Derby this season for Marcelo Bielsa's men in a rivalry that came after the "spygate" controversy.

The opposite number of Bielsa, Frank Lampard, had the last laugh, however, the introduction of Jack Marriott from the bench proved to be crucial, since the striker hit a decisive one-two.

Even Manchester's left-back, Stuart Dallas, hit a double, but his defensive colleagues worked badly after his opener, with Mason Mount in goal and Harry Wilson turning a penalty in the 58th minute before each team expelled a player.

Supported by the advantage of the first leg, Leeds seemed intent on ending the discussion, while putting Derby back into play during the early stages.

Visitors held up for 24 minutes when Kalvin Phillips's free-kick was taken from the left and left the place to leave Dallas with a tap-in.

Mateusz Klich then saw a deflected drive hit the crossbar, but Derby drew against the race at the end of the interval. The Marriott substitute had an immediate impact as he capitalized on a mix between Liam Cooper and Leeds goalkeeper Kiko Casilla.

Monte pulled Derby's level into a tie-in-the-head 38 seconds into the second half, digging a fabulous final to close a race on his own, and Casilla unhappily uneven was equally impotent when Cooper pulled Mason Bennett back to concede a penalty that Wilson converted.

As the singing of the Derby derby suggested, Leeds seemed to have fallen to pieces, only that Dallas was racing on Klich's cute pace and clinically sent his second game.

The full-back of the Dallas team, Luke Ayling, almost re-established Leeds's overall advantage when he traded passages with Patrick Bamford and shot wide.

But a period of ascent for Bielsa's team ended when Gaetano Berardi received a second yellow card for a reckless challenge on Bradley Johnson at 78 & # 39;

Five minutes from the end, Keogh played at the Marriott for a delightful finished finish and Derby resisted despite the dismissal of Scott Malone, becoming the first team to go from a league play-off semifinal after losing the home game .

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