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‘He is ridiculous’ – Many Millwall fans rave over one player’s display against Cardiff



Millwall were left frustrated, but at the same time thankful for the performance of Bartosz Bialkowski in their draw with Cardiff City on Saturday.

Having taken a first-half lead through Matt Smith’s first Championship goal of the season, Gary Rowett’s men were pegged back by their former boss Neil Harris when Kieffer Moore’s deflected effort equalised 11 minutes from time to earn the Bluebirds a point.

And whilst Ben Thompson and Jon Dadi Bodvarsson were both guilty of squandering gilt-edge chances either side of Moore’s leveller, Millwall also needed some outstanding saves from their Polish goalkeeper to ensure they didn’t suffer a third league defeat of the campaign.

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Bialkowski has come to the Lions’ rescue on numerous occasions since joining from Ipswich Town last summer, and he continues to be there standout player on an almost weekly basis.

Late on at The Den, he produced one save in particular that was reminiscent of one that David De Gea made in a Liverpool vs Manchester game from Joel Matip at Anfield back in 2017.

Josh Murphy had beaten the offside trap before picking out Harry Wilson, who looked certain to score from close-range, but the Millwall stopper somehow stuck out a leg to keep the scores at 1-1.

There was even time for Bialkowski to make another from Moore – which caused The Den faithful to rush to social media to express their delight at their goalkeeper’s performance on Saturday.

Check some of the best responses below:

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