Frank Lampard mocks Leeds fans by singing 'stop crying Frank Lampard' song

Frank Lampard sings Leeds chant about himself after play-off victory

In the Championship, England's second tier league, the top two finishers are promoted automatically while the teams that finish third through sixth enter a four-team tournament for the final spot.

To the tune of Oasis" "Stop Crying Your Heart Out', Leeds fans sang: "All of the spies are hidden away, just try not to worry, you'll beat us some day".

Jack Marriott came on as an enforced substitution in the first half and on the verge of half-time he levelled on the night, after Stuard Dallas had made it 2-0 on aggregate.

Leeds beat Derby 1-0 in the first leg of the semi-final tie at Pride Park last weekend and were expected to make short work of a side they had beaten in all three meetings when the two lined up at Elland Road this evening.

However, the Rams claimed the sweetest possible revenge as they became the first team ever to lose the first leg of a Championship play-off semi-final at home and still progress to the final.

But after Wednesday's victory booked a Wembley showdown against Villa on May 27, it was Lampard's turn to ram taunts down Leeds supporters' throats.

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And while Derby had indeed failed to beat Leeds all season, Lampard's first win against Marcelo Bielsa's team gave him the flawless opportunity to celebrate by singing his own song.

Then, in their league match against Villa in April, Leeds allowed their opponents to walk in an equaliser unopposed after the home side scored while a Villa player was down injured. I'm not going to lie maybe it is. I haven't thought about Spygate for a long time.

Both Lampard and Terry are taking their first steps in management this season after being key members of Chelsea teams that won the Champions League in 2012 and the Premier League in 2005, '06 and '10.

"We played them, we prepared, and we got a result".

Marriott chipped in an 85th minute victor for Derby to see them progress and set up a clash with Aston Villa at Wembley in the final.

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