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Leeds 3 Tottenham 1: Champions League dream in tatters as Ryan Mason’s side stunned by Dallas, Bamford and Rodrigo

LEEDS knocked a major dent into Tottenham's Champions League hopes with a 3-1 win at Elland Road.

First-half goals from Stuart Dallas and Patrick Bamford either side of Son Heung-min's equaliser did the damage.

And Rodrigo wrapped up all three points for Marcelo Bielsa's side as they broke through the offside Spurs offside trap.

The Northern Irishman fired home after Hugo Lloris' parried save to prevent an own goal.

But Dele Alli threaded through for Son to slot into the bottom corner and level it up.

And Bamford restored the hosts' advantage when he evaded the Spurs defence to tuck in from close range.

Harry Kane had two goals chalked off for offside - the first a marginal VAR decision.

Then Leeds secured the points when Raphinha raced clear behind the back line and teed up Rodrigo to finish it off on 84 minutes.

More to follow...

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