On-loan Price is right for Millwall

Jason Price broke Crewe hearts with an injury-time winner to keep Millwall in the automatic promotion race with a 1-0 win at Gresty Road.

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The striker, drafted in until the end of the season from Doncaster in midweek, came on as a half-time substitute and turned the ball home after Alex goalkeeper John Ruddy had spilled his first effort.

Lions top-scorer Neil Harris was involved in most of the first-half's high points before going off with what appeared to be concussion.

After seven minutes Ruddy and defender Julien Baudet both left a long ball to each other and Harris nipped in only to see his toe-poke goalwards drift narrowly wide.

He should have scored in the 37th minute after being left unmarked when James Henry's corner was delivered but he flicked his close-range header wide.

Price flashed a header just wide of the upright as time ran out but was on alert enough to pounce on the loose ball in added time to win it.

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