Forde hands Lions~first home win

A dramatic last-minute penalty save by David Forde saw Millwall pick up their first home win of the campaign as they beat Huddersfield 2-1.

Last Updated: 30/08/08 at 19:11 Post Comment

Forde: Last-minute penalty save

Forde: Last-minute penalty save

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The visitors took the lead in spectacular style on 18 minutes when Liam Dickinson smashed home a bicycle kick which gave Forde no chance.

Millwall were back on level terms in the 37th minute after Chris Hackett's delivery into a crowded area was headed home by Tresor Kandol.

And the Lions were in front when Neil Harris ran into the area and found Lewis Grabban who coolly slotted his shot under Matt Glennon and put the hosts in front.

Huddersfield were awarded a dramatic last-minute penalty when substitute Michael Collins was up-ended by Tony Craig but veteran David Unsworth placed his spot kick straight at Forde.

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