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first_img Jayden Bogle shinned the ball into his own net as he attempted to clear GETTY IMAGES getty images The Rams had several good chances, before eventually taking the lead when Boro defender Friend diverted the ball into his own net from a cross by Derby left-back Scott Malone.On-loan Liverpool starlet Harry Wilson was again very bright and went close twice, hitting the post with a sweet curling shot before seeing an arrowed free-kick turned around the post by Darren Randolph.Pulis made all three substitutions not long into the second-half and Boro did improve, yet Derby were still on top for most of the match.Despite their dominance, though, they could not find the back of the net again and they were left to rue their lack of clinical touch when Boro equalised through Bogle’s freak own goal.Lampard was speechless on the sidelines, no doubt wondering how his team had let a sure victory slip through their fingers. A dominant Derby County were denied a third win on the trot by a comedic own goal by Jayden Bogle, as they drew 1-1 with Middlesbrough on Saturday afternoon.Frank Lampard’s side were set for a 1-0 victory having led for most of the match through another own goal from Boro defender George Friend in the first-half.But, in the closing stages, Bogle unintentionally volleyed into his own net from inside the penalty area. George Friend also put the ball into his own net in a game of two own goals 3 3 3 The 18-year-old, with his face to goal, attempted to clear after a Boro attack, but instead of hooking the ball over his shoulder and away he shinned the ball past the helpless Scott Carson.Derby would have gone top of the Championship table if they held onto their 1-0 lead.But instead, a point apiece has seen Boro go top, albeit before the rest of the day’s games begin and despite claiming only three wins from their league ten league games.Tony Pulis’ side will be grateful for a point having been comprehensively outplayed in the first half an hour.Derby made a blistering start, playing neat and fast football and keeping Middlesbrough pinned inside their own half for lengthy periods, eventually leading the Boro being booed off at half-time by their own fans. Frank Lampard watches on from his new position on the touchlinelast_img read more