Derby County fans are spreading the love for Chelsea boss Frank Lampard as they lead Nottingham Forest.
The ex-Rams boss’ record against their arch-rivals wasn’t the best during his time at Pride Park.
In the Championship, the two sides played out a goalless draw before Forest beat Derby 1-0 in the reverse fixture in February.
Throw in a 3-0 Carabao Cup defeat into the mix and it’s safe to say Lampard didn’t have the best of times against the Tricky Trees.
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However, at Chelsea, he has gone about setting the record straight.
The Blues lead Forest 2-0 at half-time during their FA Cup third-round match at Stamford Bridge.
Callum Hudson-Odoi and Ross Barkley’s goals have given Chelsea a stronghold of the tie ahead of Monday’s fourth-round draw.
Derby County, in action away at Crystal Palace, also lead 1-0 thanks to Chris Martin’s opener.
With Derby fans in a jubilant mood, they’ve serenaded their former boss getting one over on the old enemy.
“Super Frankie Lampard” could be heard ringing out at Selhurst Park from the away end, as news filtered through of Chelsea’s 2-0 lead.
Hudson-Odoi’s second goal of the season, his first since the end of September, that opened the scoring.
The English winger has been out of form in recent weeks, however, his goal-scoring return should see him kick on ahead of a busy period of fixtures.
The first can be said for Barkley, making his first appearance since October 19 a goal-scoring one.