Two goals in as many minutes saw Leeds break Chelsea's stubborn resistance and snatch a dramatic late win at Elland Road in April 2001. Substitute Robbie Keane made the breakthrough five minutes from time and Chelsea's shattered confidence was exposed two minutes later when Mark Viduka cashed in on Marcel Dessaily's slip to thunder home a second. The Elland Road faithful Leeds fans spent much of the match jeering Jimmy Floyd Hasselbaink, whose money-motivated departure from the Whites to Atletico Madrid two years previous earned him the nickname Jimmy Floyd Piggybaink. Leeds missed out on Champions League qualification finishing the season in fourth place. READ MORE: 16 of the most iconic Leeds United photos of all time
The day Chelsea suffered a bout of the Elland Road blues
It was a win which kept Leeds United's Champions League love affair still very much alive.
By Andrew Hutchinson
Saturday, 13th March 2021, 6:00 am
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