23 April 2012
By Michael Da Silva
MILLWALL MADE it five wins in a row with a comprehensive defeat of Ipswich Town at Portman Road - with Lions goalkeeper Maik Taylor pulling off another penalty save.
Kenny Jackett's side took an early lead through Andy Keogh, who bundled in Liam Trotter's from close-range, with Ipswich defender Aaron Cresswell getting the last touch.
The home side threatened through Michael Chopra, but Millwall went 2-0 ahead when former Ipswich midfielder Trotter drilled in from 20 yards after Ipswich failed to clear Keogh's cross.
Jack Smith was adjudged to have fouled Andrew Drury in the box - but Taylor made a superb save from Grant Leadbitter's penalty low to his left to add to his penalty save at Coventry last week.
With three minutes left Andy Keogh capped a remarkable fifth successive win with a cool finish as Millwall continue their fine end-of-season flourish.
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