Frank Lampard would have been proud of Tom Lawrence's attractive free-kick

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Frank Lampard would have been proud of Tom Lawrence's attractive free-kick

After last week's excellent outing against Stoke City, there wasn't really much expectation that today's game against Lampard's Derby County would be much of the same, yet it was.

Former England worldwide Lampard won his first game as manager 2-1 against _ thanks to a last-minute victor, but couldn't repeat the trick in his first home game in charge.

"In each game we will have to prove again so this is a competition where you have to show regularity".

Derby were presented with a good chance in the third minute when a mishit effort from Martyn Waghorn found Mason Mount in the area but the Chelsea loanee could only fire his shot wide.

Mateusz Klich bent home a stunning strike at the end of a thrilling team move to put the visitors in front inside five minutes at Pride Park on Saturday.

Lawrence dusted himself down to take the free-kick and the winger produced an absolute piledriver that zoomed past Bailey Peacock-Farrell and into the roof of the net.

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From the opening exchanges, it was clear that this game was always going to one that had goals in it. Lawrence smashed the free kick over the wall and through the grasp of Peacock-Farrell, who appeared to have the shot covered but could not stop it.

Matheusz Klich opened the scoring for Leeds and despite Tom Lawrence equalising, a Kemar Roofe double and Ezgjan Aliosi's header sent Lampard tumbling to defeat.

But he feels it will be interesting to see how Leeds cope away from home, where Derby should draw energy from the crowd, and has urged his players to make the most of it.

Leeds are relentless under Bielsa though, rarely allowing opponents time to settle on the ball while they get forward quickly once they have possession. Pablo Hernandez did brilliantly to reach the ball and pull it back before it went over the by-line and Alioski arrived to power a header into an unguarded net.

Roofe slammed the ball high past Carson to register his second of the game.

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