PNE look to clear their lines at The Den
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A spectator in the first half as PNE dominated before being called into action after the break with a good save from Wallace. The skipper scored his first goal for 14 months when he headed Prestons second. Very solid at right-back on his recall. Very close to the star man award. Defended so well when the Millwall pressure started to build in the second half. Read the game well as per usual, stepped up to the plate with some decent defending after the interval. Set the ball rolling on Prestons victory with a fine volley for their early opener. Steady defending in the second half. Post-match talk was all about his costly yellow card but on the football side was so impressive at the base of midfield. Only a clearance near the line prevented him scoring inside 90 seconds. The wingers pace worried Millwall. Played as one of a pair of running 10s and got through his usual workload, covering so much ground. Looked comfortable playing on the counter attack as PNE picked holes at will in the Millwall defence in the first half. Set up all three goals, the first two with set-play deliveries, the third with the most delicious of through balls. An excellent 72 minutes work. Led the line well against the home sides two big centre-halves and produced a fine instinctive finish for the third goal. His introduction on the wing helped reduce the threat of Lions right-back Romeo. Replaced Barkhuizen as PNE looked for a more solid shape in the final quarter of an hour. A run-the-clock down change in stoppage-time, coming on for Potts.