Millwall 2-1 Leeds: Managerless Lions victorious after Gaetano Berardi red card

Millwall vs Leeds
Sky Bet Chship
3:00pm Saturday 5th October

The Den

By finishing their eight-game wait for a Sky Bet Championship success with a 2-1 triumph over Leeds in The Den millwall started life after Neil Harris.
The Lions, who had coach Adam Barrett accountable following Harris decision to stand down as boss before this week, went in front thanks to Jed Wallaces early punishment, which observed Gaetano Berardi dismissed.
Tom Bradshaws second goal in two games, and original goal at home for your team doubled the lead.
Ezgjan Alioski reduced the deficit but the hosts held on to capture their first league victory since August and a ninth win in their last 11 home games against Leeds.
The three points sees while Leeds fall out of the automatic promotion spots, that the Lions rise up to 15th at the Championship and are right down to fifth.
As Wallace exchanged passes with Mahlon Romeo the era got off to the ideal start, but the Lions right-back couldnt beat Kiko Casilla at his near post in the first minute.
However, Millwall did not have to wait until they were in the guide. Bradshaw got to the wrong side of Berardi and he was brought by the protector down.
Until Wallace wonderfully discharged the resulting penalty into the top left-hand corner for his third goal in five matches against the Yorkshire outfit referee James Linington wasted no time in pointing to the area and then giving Berardi his orders.
The Lions continued to swarm Marcelo Bielsas men and doubled their advantage just before the break. Ben Thompson, that had been back in the starting line-up after two matches, played with a cheeky pass into the path of both Shane Ferguson, who walked across for Bradshaw, who subsequently used the speed to the ball to apply the finishing touch with a lovely flick into the far corner via this post.
By introducing Barry Douglas for Helder Costa at half-time, which intended Alioski moved farther bielsa responded. And that alter paid dividends almost immediately as Alioski exploited home Jack Harrisons 46th-minute cross from close range only Leeds goal in their last six trips to The Den.
Mateusz Klich went near after 68 minutes to the Whites, but his effort failed to issue Bartosz Bialkowski.
Despite being down to ten men, Leeds implemented firm stood to pick up a much-needed success in front of their fans.

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