Date: 2nd March 2016 at 6:41pm
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Manager Neil Harris has said he was disappointed to see Millwall fail to make the breakthrough in last night’s match against Wigan Athletic.

Hosting the side at The Den for the game with Harris still wanting an improvement in Millwall’s home form this year, given successes on their travels, the game played out scoreless but with Millwall having 20 attempts on the night and six on target, the gaffer knew the opportunities were there to have got the one goal necessary to return the win.

Speaking to the media in his after game press conference, Harris had to be pleased with the attitude and endeavour of the side, but it was that final ball and the final moment of quality on the evening that cost the side another win in their hopes for promotion back to the Championship this year.

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