The boss shares his post-match assessment
Neil Harris was content with Millwall's 1-1 draw with Doncaster Rovers on Saturday, describing the result as a "good point" for his side.
Steve Morison handed the visitors an early lead at the Keepmoat Stadium but ex-Lion Richard Chaplow equalised before half-time, and despite a handful of chances at either end, neither side were able to grab a winning goal.
"On the balance of play I think a draw was probably the fair result," Harris said afterwards.
"The two big saves that Jordan Archer made at the end probably balances out the fact that we missed a couple of really good opportunities ourselves.
"It is certainly a point gained rather two dropped, especially when you look at how results went elsewhere. I think it will prove to be a good point for us, too.
"The boys are actually disappointed that we've not got the win, which shows how far we've come. When we have gone in front previously we have held on well but Doncaster caused us problems, kept the ball well and asked plenty of questions.
"But I was really pleased with our shape and our discipline. There were many elements to our play that impressed me.
"We can take plenty of positives going into Tuesday's game against Wigan at The Den, which is a massive one for us."
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