Published: Wed, May 15, 2019
Sport | By Kayla Schwartz

Frank Lampard: Derby County can do far better

Frank Lampard: Derby County can do far better

Rams boss Frank Lampard was smarting over that call, branding the decision "astounding", and he now needs a massive result from his players to overturn that 1-0 loss at Pride Park.

Villa fought back from a goal down to claim a 2-1 win over West Brom in a lunchtime kick-off on Saturday, placing one foot in the final ahead of tomorrow's second leg at The Hawthorns.

It was a moment that could have, quite clearly, changed the course of the game and speaking to Sky Sports after the final whistle at Pride Park, Derby boss Frank Lampard aired his frustrations at the conclusion the officials reached. It's like human VAR but, with the actual VAR, the only way they turn decisions is if it's a clear and obvious challenge. Bogle has got his leg across, there's not huge contact, but enough that he's in front of him before he gets there. "The linesman will say he thought it wasn't [clear], but the referee gave it, so work that one out".

"Apart from the first minutes of the first half and then 10 or 15 minutes in the second half, when we dominated the ball, we defended well when we had to defend well and we attacked well when we had to attack".

He added: "I don't think we did enough".

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"Like us, they are a good footballing side".

But United, who are looking to return to the Premier League for the first time in 15 years, will feel they should be taking a bigger advantage back to Elland Road. "It's all about perspective but I was going for the ball, I had no intention to take him down", Harrison said. They are lessons for us to learn.

The two clubs have had a hard history this season - the side's clash at Elland Road in January was overshadowed by the "spygate" affair and Leeds head coach Marcelo Bielsa's admission that he had sent a member of his staff to "spy" on the Rams training the day before the game.

Dallas volleyed narrowly wide in first-half stoppage time as the visitors ended the half strongly.

"The first game we just played was not simple for us and we are sure the next game won't be. It's now up to us to show the true team that we are".

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