Millwall end Leeds’ unbeaten record thanks to Aiden O’Brien’s strike

16 September 2017 04:15
There has been a sense around The Den that Millwall’s performances have failed to yield the results they deserve on their return to the Championship and for more than 70 minutes it seemed the home fans might be left pondering the futility of it all once again. Neil Harris’s side squandered enough chances to win several matches before Aiden O’Brien drilled home a deflected Fred Onyedinma cross from six yards to provide a well-deserved winner in the 73rd minute.Considering the bombardment that preceded it, it was remarkable that this was the first goal Leeds United, who arrived and left as league leaders despite looking anything but, had conceded in 613 minutes of Championship football. “We out-fought and out-run Leeds,” said Harris. “We ran Leeds off the park, so credit to my players.” Related: Football League: Cardiff grab late draw but can't stop Wolves going second Continue reading. . read full article

Source: TheGuardian