Mateusz Klich tried to make light of the recent spying saga surrounding Leeds United by pulling out a pair of imaginary binoculars in the aftermath of the side’s 2-0 victory over Derby.
Leeds sent a member of their staff to watch over Derby’s training session on Thursday and Frank Lampard labelled Marcelo Bielsa’s methods ‘unethical’ ahead of the Championship clash.
The story dominated the build-up to Friday night’s match where goals from Kemar Roofe and Jack Harrison either side of the break sealed three points for the home side.
Lampard refused to use ‘spygate’ as an excuse following Derby’s defeat, but the former Chelsea midfielder probably won’t have appreciated Klich’s antics after the final whistle. Read more