02-Dec-2017 19:01:42 | The Guardian
Winless in their last six games and with fixtures against Aston Villa, Middlesbrough, Derby and Wolves to come this month, Millwall were in danger of drifting down the table – but ended their barren run against promotion-chasing Sheffield United. Lee Gregory gave Millwall the lead against the run of play, before David Brooks’ spectacular finish made it 1-1 at half-time. Defender Mahlon Romeo and Jake Cooper scored in the second half to seal a surprise win, and leave Chris Wilder’s side six points behind second-placed Cardiff, who beat Norwich on Friday.
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