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Doncaster 1-0 Leeds

Leeds manager Gary McAllister and Doncaster Rovers boss Sean O'Driscoll

Doncaster 1-0 Leeds: The first ever all-Yorkshire play-off final makes its mark at Wembley for a place in the Championship for the winner

Doncaster Rovers fans in Wembley Stadium

With 10,000 fewer fans than Leeds, Rovers fans show their colours proudly in hope of replicating their achievement from five years ago

Leeds United fans enjoy the atmosphere prior to the match

And the Leeds fans lap up the atmosphere after defying all odds and reaching the Final after 27 incredible league wins

Leeds manager Gary McAllister is put under pressure on the sidelines

As the game kicks off, Rovers are straight on the attack and fiery Gary McAllister has keeper Casper Ankergren to thank

Richie Wellens of Doncaster Rovers is beaten to the ball by Frazer Richardson

One of the early chances of the match falls to Richie Wellens, who was previously a doubt due to a double hernia

Doncaster Rovers' James Hayter (right), Sam Hird (centre) and Jason Price challenge for the ball in the air with United goalkeeper Casper Ankergren

The battle continues in the first half with Danish keeper, Ankergren, stopping more goals from James Hayter and Jason Price

James Hayter (centre) celebrates scoring his sides first goal of the game with his team-mates

After Leeds fight back at the end of the first half, all changes as the second opens, as unmarked Hayter heads home a 10-yard goal

 James Hayter of Doncaster Rovers (front) celebrates with team-mates as he scores their first goal

Hayter ends a four-month goal drought in front of cheering Donny fans, as they take a step towards Championship promotion

Bradley Johnson of Leeds United battles with Jason Price

Striker Jason Price works the pitch remarkably in both attack and defence, making successful tackles, as Leeds try to push forward

Leeds United fans are left dejected in the stands

The Whites fans watch scuppered chances, as four minutes of extra time are added and Neil Sullivan is booked for time wasting

James Hayter of Rovers (r) and team-mates celebrate victory

The players are relieved and victorious as the final whistle is blown, ending 50 years in the bottom two divisions

A defeated Tresor Kandol of Leeds pulls his shirt over his head and stands dejected

But misery shares the pitch - substitute Tresor Kandol, former Barnet player can only show his emotion like many sad Leeds fans

Doncaster Rovers players celebrate victory with flowing champagne

Pop! The corks fly high and champagne bottles explode - Rovers have secured a place in the second tier

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