Millwall manager Neil Harris has paid his respect to the Leeds fans and the team after a thrilling full-blooded Championship game that saw Liam Cooper sent off.
In the post-match press conference, Harris said he thought Leeds were “fantastic” in the second half.
He said that his side lost their composure for 15 minutes and that let Thomas Christiansen’s men back into the game after trailing 2-0.
Two goals from Pierre-Michel Lasogga and one from Kemar Roofe threatened to give the ten men three points, but two late Millwall goals broke the hearts of the Elland Road faithful
Harris also praised the Leeds fans saying that besides the Den it was the best atmosphere he had ever ever experienced.
The comments were quoted by Yorkshire Evening Post journalist Phil Hay on his Twitter page on Saturday evening:


In other Leeds news, fans have reacted badly to this player’s performance against Millwall.
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