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Last Updated: Sunday, 19 December, 2004, 16:53 GMT
Leeds 1-1 Millwall
A late Jody Morris penalty salvaged a point for Millwall at Leeds.

John Oster had given the Elland Road side the lead when he was found by a David Healy pass and he struck home a low drive just before the break.

But Leeds were denied a much-needed win when Oster went from hero to villain and conceded a spot-kick for a foul on striker Paul Ifill.

Morris stepped up and powered in from 12 yards against his former club where he endured a difficult time.

  • Leeds boss Kevin Blackwell on failure to win:

    "I have never known a club like it, to live with so much frustration.

    "We should have been out of sight. It was down to poor finishing because we created chance after chance."

  • Millwall boss Dennis Wise on Jody Morris:

    "Jody had been getting stick all afternoon. But he showed the right attitude, the guts and the bottle to take the penalty.

    "So I was pleased for him that he stuck it away, which shut everyone up."

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