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16/05/2019 - 10:42 BST

Leeds Fans Were In Party Mood, Then They Got Nervous – Derby County Supremo


Derby County owner Mel Morris says the Leeds United fans came into the second leg in a party mood and ended up being nervy after the Rams upped the ante at Elland Road.

Frank Lampard’s men became the first team in the history of the Championship to progress to the playoff final after suffering a defeat during the first leg at home, following their win at Elland Road on Wednesday.


The Rams ran out 4-2 winners on the night to condemn Leeds to another year in the second-tier, as Jack Marriott (two), Mason Mount and Harry Wilson scored to nullify a brace from Stuart Dallas.

And following their impressive comeback win at Elland Road, Morris has expressed his delight with the performance of the team by insisting they remained unfazed by the home support.


The Derby owner also explained the Leeds fans came into the second leg clash in a party mood due to their first leg advantage and stressed they eventually got nervy under the pressure from the visitors in the second half.

“The atmosphere here when we arrived, I was listening to the fans from Leeds and I’m thinking, it was almost like a party atmosphere”, Morris told Rams TV.

“It wasn’t hostile, they were so elated with the position they were in [after the first leg], a goal ahead.


“So I don’t think it ever really turned nasty and by the time we took the game to them, quietened their fans down, they got quite nervy themselves and towards the end of the game, I thought we really were in control.”

Derby will face Aston Villa in the Championship playoff final at Wembley on 27th May.