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Swansea 0-1 Millwall: Jed Wallace hits Lions winner

Swansea vs Millwall
Sky Bet Chboat
3:00pm Saturday 23rd November

The Liberty Stadium
(Att: 16840)

The second-half free-kick of jed Wallace snatched a 1-0 victory for Millwall over Swansea at the Liberty Stadium.
The Lions found the upper corner to secure a first away win of the season for the side of Gary Rowett.
Since taking over in October, the new Millwall director has now claimed 10 points from five games.
The defeat meant it had been home woe for Swansea, who have now lost four times this season.
Swans boss Steve Cooper called an unchanged side for the fourth match.
The Swans form prompted a change that was defensive to be made by Rowett. While Tom Bradshaw dropped to the bench to make room for Connor 26, alex Pearce turned right into a three set of midfielder Jayson Molumby.
The Lions played with the ball wide for Andre Ayew and should have been supporting in just the second minute following Bersant Celina charged across the halfway point.
The ball round the six-yard box of the Ghanaian fell for Nathan Dyer, but he failed to place his feet and instead saw the ball go between his legs and siphoned off.
Jon Dadi Bodvarsson led broad as Millwall began to ditch the Swans and recovered in their early frighten.
Mahoney was another to threaten before half-time if he overcome on Jake Bidwell all ends up and forced Freddie Woodman to a save at his near post. As the teams went in level in 20, jed Wallace hurried on the ball but could only fire over.
By sending on Kristoffer Pieterson in place of Wayne Routledge at the interval cooper reacted to the cluttered showing of his side.
Bartosz Bialkowski hurried out to block his effort, although the decision paid off when Shaun Hutchinson turned and shot.
Along with the Swans were forced to pay after Mike van der Hoorn because he threatened to get at the conclusion of a fervent ball downfield, tangled with Wallace.
Referee Andy Davies reserved the Swansea guardian and blew for a free-kick, before Wallace found the top corner from 20 metres out and dusted off himself.
Davies had yet the following significant call to create in the final 10 minutes when George Byers seemed to pull down Jiri Skalek from the box to prevent him becoming to Wallaces cross. But the Millwall protests were waved away by the referee.
Sam Surridge flicked the ball over the defence to provide fellow substitute Borja Baston a clear sight on goal in the final moments, but also the strikers lob went agonisingly wide as Millwall held on to succeed.

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