Frank Lampard's '£2,800 Bar Bill' Revealed Online

Frank Lampard's '£2,800 Bar Bill' Revealed Online  - FootyNews.co.uk

It looks like Frank Lampard and his Derby team went ALL OUT after their Championship play-off semi-final win against Leeds United this week; and when I say all out, I mean a ‘£2,800’ bar bill.

The Rams pulled off their biggest win of the season against Marcelo Bielsa’s side at Elland Road, with goals from Jack Marriot (2), Mason Mount and Harry Wilson confirming their place in the final against Aston Villa.

And after the final whistle, it looks like players and staff racked up a pretty hefty bar bill at the King’s Head, Duffield, after a receipt of their alleged order went viral.

From 209 beers, 75 Jägermeister’s and 54 Sambuca shots to a lonely glass of Diet Coke, it looks like the lads had a great time after their victory, spending a grand total of just over £2,800.

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It has yet to be confirmed if the money was spent by those at Derby, but the photo posted by Snapchat user Smiz used the caption: “Lampard’s bar bill, good lad.”

The King’s Head pub in Leeds posted a video on their Facebook page of Lampard celebrating with players, and it looks a good laugh.

“Absolute pleasure to celebrate the victory with the team.” they captioned the clip.

To be fair, It didn’t take long for Derby players to celebrate on the pitch either, pulling out the classic ‘Spygate’ celebration in front of thousands at Elland Road.

And when Lampard was asked about the chants, the former Chelsea midfielder said:

“Maybe it is sweeter because of the chants. I’m not gonna lie. I’ve heard a lot of people saying I’m crying about Spygate. I haven’t thought about Spygate. We’ve prepared and got a result.”

Of course in January this year, Marcelo Bielsa and Leeds caused huge controversy when Derby spotted a Leeds employee spying on their training sessions ahead of their Championship tie.

Bielsa later revealed that he had spied on every team in England’s second tier, which led to a £200,000 fine, a payment the Argentinian manager paid out of his own pocket.

Can Derby go all the way and secure Premier League promotion?

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