FRANK LAMPARD orchestrated Derby’s delirious dressing room celebrations as they mocked Leeds with their own song.
Rams boss Lampard was taunted by the Elland Road during this week’s play-off semi-final following the ‘spygate’ fallout in January.
Leeds fans had been singing “Stop crying Frank Lampard” to the tune of Oasis’ “Stop Crying Your Heart Out”.
But after the former Chelsea midfielder’s men dumped Marcelo Bielsa’s side out the play-off’s, Lampard and Co got their revenge.
At the final whistle, goalscorer Harry Wilson and Richard Keogh were among the players mimicking the use of binoculars.
It was in reference to the revelations in January that Marcelo Bielsa had sent staff to spy at Derby’s training ground ahead of their Championship clash.
Lampard and his team got their revenge with a stunning comeback against Marcelo Bielsa’s side, winning 4-2 and 4-3 on aggregate.
Stuart Dallas’ goal early on put the hosts in control but a double from substitute Jack Marriott, plus goals from Mason Mount and Wilson sent Derby through.
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Asked whether the win was extra sweet given the taunting this week, Lampard said: “Maybe.
“I’ve heard a lot of people say we’re crying about ‘spygate’. I haven’t thought about Spygate for a long time.
“We were able to prepare for this game and we got the result.”