English Championship club, Leeds United have be named the FIFA’s Fair Play Award in Monday’s awards ceremony in Milan.
Marcelo Bielsa’s side allowed Villa to score a goal in April’s chaotic 1-1 draw between the two sides at Elland Road.
Mateusz Klich had opened the scoring on the 72nd minute with Villa striker Jonathan Kodjia down in the middle of the pitch suffering from an injury.
Leeds’ Tyler Roberts appeared to slow down to put the ball out of play but released Klich, who slalomed past Axel Tuanzebe and slotted home, sparking a melee between both sides.
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Anwar El Ghazi was red carded for violent conduct against Patrick Bamford in the skirmish, which the former Nottingham Forest striker was punished for retrospectively as he was found to have simulated contact.
Bielsa then ordered his side to allow Albert Adomah to walk a goal in , with Pontus Jansson – who has since been sold to Brentford – disobeying his boss trying in vain to stop the Ghanaian.
Leeds were also fined £200,000 for their part in the ‘Spygate’ scandal last season, when it was revealed they had sent a member of staff to spy on every Championship club’s training sessions.