On that note, it's time for us to sign off. But don't worry, we'll be back up and running from 9am tomorrow morning when Luke Reddy will steer you through the Danny Baker show and all the build-up to Saturday's Premier League offering. I'll see you tomorrow, too. Goodnight.
- Rotherham come from behind to win
- Hamilton go four clear in Scotland
- Ligue 1: Cavani sent off in PSG win
As for the Championship table, Rotherham have drawn level on points with Leeds following that victory.
Leeds might have shaded possession, but Rotherham were the team who did most with it:
Rotherham striker Jonson Clarke-Harris, who scored the winning goal, speaking to Sky Sports: "It was a very special moment for me. I was just happy to make my debut and to score the winner is a bonus."
Rotherham striker Alex Revell, speaking to Sky Sports: "It's a great time for me to get my first goal of the season. To get it in a local derby when we needed it. We didn't turn up for the first 15 minutes but after that I think we deserved it. The second goal was worth winning any game."
Steve Evans has masterminded another memorable victory for Rotherham supporters. They've only gone and beaten Leeds United.
A defensive mistake lets in Rotherham's Alex Revell, who unconvincingly dances round the keeper but is denied a tap-in by Gaetano Berardi.
Four minutes of time to be added on.
Almost a third for Rotherham, but the angle beats Alex Revell whose shot is deflected wide for a corner. Top marks to Jonson Clarke-Harris for a superb flick-on 40 yards from goal.
A late change for Leeds - striker Steve Morison coming on for defensive midfielder Tommaso Bianchi.
Mirco Antenucci from 25 yards and Adam Collin somehow turns a stinging shot round the post. A match-saving save? From the resulting corner, the ball finds its way to Adryan on the edge of the box and the youngster's effort goes just over the bar.
French Ligue 1
Paris St-Germain have moved to within four points of Ligue 1 leaders Marseille thanks to a 3-1 win over nine-man Lens.
However, that might not be what makes the headlines in France tomorrow.
Edinson Cavani, who scored PSG's third, was sent off moments later; he was booked for a sniper celebration and then shown a second yellow card for touching the referee to contest the decision.
Leeds are turning the screw now - Rudy Austin putting the ball into the six-yard box and it's cleared just before it finds Billy Sharp at the back stick.
Rotherham's Ben Pringle pops off for an early bath, being replaced by Richie Smallwood.
Adryan has looked bright for Leeds and the youngster, who is on loan from Flamengo, flashes a shot just wide. Almost an instant hero.
That booking proves to be Souleymane Doukara's final act and he is replaced by Billy Sharp up front for Leeds.
Souleymane Doukara with a striker's challenge which leaves Joe Skarz in a crumpled heap on the floor. Yellow card.
Some argy-bargy between Marco Silvestri and Alex Revell ends with both players being booked. Fifteen minutes left.
Jonson Clarke-Harris has really took the game to Leeds since coming off the bench and he goes close again, this time with a header which is heading into the bottom corner before Marco Silvestri intervenes.
Rotherham supporters have waited almost 10 years for this league meeting. And they're enjoying it.
Leeds are not done yet though and Adryan fashions room before rifling in a low shot which is turned round the post by Adam Collin.
What a comeback from the hosts, who storm into the lead via super sub Jonson Clarke-Harris. The striker, who has been on the pitch for a matter of seconds, picks up the ball just inside the Leeds half and drives forward before hammering a swerving shot into the corner from 28 yards out. A very sweaty Steve Evans almost loses his trousers celebrating.
Here comes the Brazilian wonderkid, who is nicknamed 'the new Zico', Adryan for Leeds. He replaces fellow talented youngster Lewis Cook. Rotherham also make a change - Jonson Clarke-Harris is on for Matt Derbyshire.
Leeds have the ball back in the net, but Souleymane Doukara's effort from eight yards out is correctly ruled out for offside.
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Telegraph journalist Jason Burt: "I don't think he's done as good a job as he would have expected. He said to judge him after three months when he was appointed - he didn't like it when he was asked it in a press conference today. He didn't expect people to bring it back to him."
Stoke keeper Asmir Begovic: "He will be trying to instil confidence to the whole team, make them believe they're one of the top teams in the world. He works with that confidence day in and day out."
Ex-Scotland international Pat Nevin: "I remember feeling a bit like a lone voice after the MK Dons defeat that it wasn't the end of the world. I wouldn't be worried if I was a Man Utd fan - I think he will be successful."
BBC Radio Sheffield's Jonathan Buchan at New York Stadium
"11,350 including 2,294 away fans making for an electric atmosphere here at the New York Stadium!"
The Millers are level, and it's all down to their play-off final hero Alex Revell. Lee Frecklington drives into the box and has a shot saved, but Revell hooks in the rebound. The New York Stadium is bouncing now.
The game is really opening up now and, as Rotherham press, a chance opens up for Alex Mowatt at the other end. His low shot is well saved.
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Benn Hann: Touch the crossbar!! Both hands!!!
Connor Blackwell: Right boot on first
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Ironic cheers from the home crowd as Leeds midfielder Tommaso Bianchi is booked. The atmosphere has really been cranked up a notch in the second half. What do they put in the pies at the New York Stadium?
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Stoke and Bosnia keeper Asmir Begovic: "I was watching the game and you could see it coming. They need to think about playing these games at neutral grounds. They're very difficult to manage and keep in good order."
Rotherham have started the second half brightly and Paul Taylor tries his luck with a swerving free-kick which is beaten away by Marco Silvestri.
We're back under way at Rotherham, where the hosts have made a change - Paul Taylor on for Ryan Hall.
Scrap that last entry... Paris St-Germain now lead 3-1 at Lens. Edinson Cavani has bagged.
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Telegraph journalist Jason Burt: "He's tried it before with different players at Chelsea.
"He develops great teams but does he ever develop a great player? Hazard has the potential to be one of the best players in the world - is Chelsea the best club for him?"
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Stoke keeper Asmir Begovic: "Mourinho is very good at tough love, he can use it as motivation.
"When he first came to Chelsea he made people like John Terry and Frank Lampard have an aura about them, turn them into winners and make them feel invincible. Maybe that's what he's trying to do with Hazard - bring an edge."
Leeds are deservedly in front in this Yorkshire derby at the New York Stadium. Rotherham need to make a brand new start of it in the second half if they are to find themselves A Number 1, Top of the list, King of the hill...
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