Elland Road was electric early on as Leeds took on Derby County last night.
The Leeds fans created a great noise at the beginning of the contest and the decibel levels went even higher when they took the lead through Stuart Dallas.
However, Derby’s goal just before half-time silenced the crowd.
And Rosenior has suggested that all the pundits on Sky’s panels noticed a shift in atmosphere at Elland Road at half-time, just after Derby pulled a goal back.
He said: “We were saying at half-time it went completely flat. It was the Derby fans singing throughout half-time. Momentum and goals really do change the course of the game.”
Leeds ended up going on to lose the contest, with Derby picking up a 4-2 victory on the night.
In a frantic game, Jack Marriott’s chipped finished sent Derby to Wembley and ended Leeds’ promotion dreams for another year.
Derby will now take on Aston Villa in the play off final.
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