Jed Wallace put in another fine performance for Millwall on Wednesday night, even if the Lions did surrender a two-goal lead badly against Queens Park Rangers.
The men from The New Den raced 2-0 ahead before half-time with them punishing a sloppy first-half performance from their hosts.
Wallace put them in front, too, with a fine finish after Ryan Woods had split the Hoops’ defence before Mason Bennett doubled the lead before the break with an acrobatic finish.
Ultimately, though, it all counted for little with QPR coming back in fine style in the second half but, even so, Wallace enjoyed a decent display.
Here are some of his stats from the night:
Bright throughout the game, Wallace looked a real threat for much of the evening and regularly sought to take the fight to the QPR defence in what was an open affair in west London.
His goal was well taken whilst his other shots were also fierce drives.
He motored along on the ball with Millwall trying to break in the second-half on the counter but in the end, it was QPR who emerged victorious.
A really frustrating night for the Lions, it must be said, but Wallace at least can say he put in a good performance.