Date: 5th October 2019 at 5:04pm
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Leeds United

The Den


5/10/2019 3:00 pm

Referee: Linington

Millwall Leeds United
Wallace (pen 16), Bradshaw (45) Alioski (46)
Romeo Ayling
Hutchinson White
Cooper Berardi
Wallace Phillips 76
Leonard 28 Helder Costa 45
Thompson 80 Harrison
Bradshaw Bamford 62


Williams 28 Douglas 45
Smith Roberts 76
Pearce Nketiah 62
Mahoney Miazek
O'Brien Gotts
Bodvarsson 80 Davis
Sandford Clarke

Game Statistics

12 Goal attempts 5
7 On Target 1
6 Corners 1
14 Fouls 14
4 Yellow Cards 1
0 Red Cards 1
32 % 68

With Leeds United bouncing back from disappointment in the midweek victory over West Bromwich Albion, this weekend’s Championship fixture saw us given an always lively trip to The Den to face managerless Millwall.

Millwall were certainly up for the game and largely dominated the opening 45 minutes when it came to chances and efforts on target, and unfortunately they made them count. 14 odd minutes into the game Gaetano Berardi was adjudged to have fouled Tom Bradshaw (although the eagle eyed will be questioning whether any contact was actually made!) and with him seeing a straight red card, they doubled the punishment from the penalty spot to open the scoring.

In minute 45 Braddiver had doubled their advantage to make it 2-0, but after the break we came out firing and Ezgjan Alioski scored within a minute of the restart to make it 1-0.

Unfortunately, we ended the game with only one effort actually on goal, so we didn’t manage to get the second, so it’s another of those disappointing days where we have to look at ourselves again.

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