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Copy from Football Unlimited of 03/01/2006.
Leeds awoke from initial Bank Holiday apathy to destroy Plymouth in the second half. Without a proper shot on target in the first half, Leeds could by the end have scored half a dozen.
Two goals in eight minutes ended any sort of challenge from the home team. Thereafter the gap between the two sides on the field was as large as the 16 league places separating them in the table.
Leeds are starting to make a habit of winning ugly. It is a habit that is helping them take a control of third place in the Championship. But here, following a first half that was more beast than beauty, a goal seven minutes after the break began to unveil some aesthetic pleasures. Not that the Leeds manager Kevin Blackwell, back at the ground where he started his coaching career with Argyle's youth team, will care provided his team keep winning.