The Whites closed the gap on Manchester United at the top of the Premiership to four points thanks to a convincing Sunday afternoon victory over Wimbledon at Elland Road in March 2000. After five clean sheets in their previous six matches, which included keeping the might of AS Roma at bay in two matches, Leeds were caught napping after just 115 seconds. But once they awoke, they never looked back thanks to a brace from Eirik Bakke, an Ian Harte penalty and a goal from Harry Kewell. READ MORE: 16 of the most iconic Leeds United photos of all time
The day Leeds United bullied Wimbledon's Crazy Gang
It was a win which Leeds United emphatically responded to questions about their title credentials.
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