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Leeds United 3 - 1 Watford - 03/05/2000

FA Carling Premiership
Game 36: Wednesday 03 May 2000

Leeds United 3 - 1 Watford

(Half-time: 2 - 1)
Crowd: 36324
Referee: P Alcock (Halstead)

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Match Facts   Teams Unused Subs   Scorers Other Info Yellow Cards Red Cards
Leeds United Martyn, Mills, Radebe (Woodgate HT), Duberry, Kelly, Bowyer, Bakke, McPhail, Kewell, Bridges, Huckerby (Smith 78) Robinson, Hopkin, Wilcox
Watford Day, Page, Palmer, Robinson, Hyde, Smith, Ward, Perpetuini, Foley (Wooter 66), Cox, Helguson (Mooney 66) Chamberlain, Gibbs, Bonnot
Leeds United Bridges 20, Duberry 45, Huckerby 52  
Watford Foley 25  
Leeds United Bridges 37  
Watford Hyde 37  
Match Statistics   Leeds United Watford
Corners won ? ?
Fouls committed ? ?
Hit woodwork ? ?
Offsides committed ? ?
Shirt numbers of goalscorers ? ?
Yellow cards ? ?
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Match Reports Fans' Reports Newspaper/Newswire/Net Reports
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The Guardian Leeds ready to join Europe's elite
The Electronic Telegraph Leeds' supporting cast take their cue
The Times Leeds rekindle European dream
Express Sport Bridges revives Europe charge
The Independent Leeds' forgotten men sieze chance to shine
Yorkshire Evening Post ??
BBC Leeds back on Euro trail
Soccernet Blooming bargains
Carlingnet Leeds United 3 - 1 Watford


Leeds ready to join Europe's elite - Daniel Taylor

Copy from Football Unlimited of 04/05/2000.

Leeds United have rediscovered the art of winning with an impeccable sense of timing. Although seldom illuminating, they did enough to outshine limited opponents here last night while bloodying Liverpool's nose in the skirmish for European places.

Whether David O'Leary's youthful team will qualify for the Champions League or the Uefa Cup remains to be seen, but at this juncture they can harbour serious aspirations of rubbing shoulders with Manchester United et al in Europe's premier competition next season.

An ultimately comfortable victory, achieved through Michael Bridges' 20th goal of the season, Michael Duberry's first since November 1996 and Darren Huckerby's first in six months, hoists Leeds back into the Premiership's top three courtesy of Liverpool's failings against Leicester City.

© Guardian Media Group plc

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