Millwall Kick Off Again As Gillingham Move Up The League One Table

Daniel GoochAnalyst ISeptember 12, 2009

The season's highest attendance at Preistfield saw them beat the Lions 2-0.

Gillingham had just come of the back of a 3-0 win against Exeter last week, while Millwall were trying to get back on form after being defeated 2-0 by both Bristol Rovers and Barnet.

Gillingham only got promoted last season and are alread showing what they've got to offer to last years play off contenders Millwall.

I didn't take long for the Gills to show their dominance in the game. Six minutes to be exact. Andy Barcham smashed a 20 yard shot into the top left hand corner after a well timed lay off from Curtis Weston.

From then on they didnt look back. Apart from a few minor attacks from the visitors Gillingham were in control.

A few shots went just wide of their target before the Millwall net was shaken again.

Curtis Weston turn provider to goal scorer five minutes brfore half time. He was able to turn his man and then rifle a low shot past the keeper to double the Gills' score.

Apart from a few close calls from both teams in the second half, thats the way it ended. 2-nil to the home side.

Unfortunately, like always at a Millwall game there was a bit of brawling after the game. At about 5 o'clock ( over 2 hours after the game), police cars and an ambulance were speeding donw the towns streets to get to a fight at the train station.

Eyewitnesses said that a Millwall fan was knocked out and that children were also involved.

I just happened to be earwigging on a man on his phone when I heard.. We're gonna get fucked when we go up to The Den". I guess the police will be out on force there aswell.

   

 

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