Date: 19th October 2013 at 10:01pm
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Manager Steve Lomas has said that Millwall were more than worthy of a share of the spoils in today’s game against QPR.

Millwall fought back from being behind twice in the game, and earnt parity and a share of the points thanks to a goal from both McDonald and a late equaliser from Easter.

Of course the game may have gone differently had Millwall been awarded the penalty we shouted for, but Lomas told the official site that he thought the point was the least we deserved in the game and he was pleased with the attitude and character of the players on the day, but also the number of chances we created throughout because it all pointed towards the fact that we didn’t let our heads drop.

A bigger delight for him was seeing us battle to the point against a QPR team he believes ‘will run away with this League’.

For all the positives though, Lomas admits we should’ve dealt far better with their opening goal but in some ways it cost us a better first half because we needed the half time break to regroup and get back to what we are capable of.

‘We came out in the second half and gave a great response. We knew there would be times when they would keep possession and you have to be patient, and we could have been back in it through Liam Trotter who had a couple of headers. He did excellent to dispossess Richard Dunne and slide it to Scotty McDonald for a great finish and we were up and running.’

Lomas then credits the save that David Forde made after they had gone two one up, but he feels the end result justifies his decision to go four up front and really go for it at the end.

Of course following our last two results, two heavy defeats at that, hopefully we can now build on this result and get back to winning ways against Reading.

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