Young Lions make it five out of five with impressive victory
It proved an excellent afternoon's work by the young Lions who showed no mercy in the final third of the field, romping into a 4-0 lead at the break and then creating a number of chances in the second-half without adding to their tally.
City had no answer to the rampaging Lions and it could have been 3-0 just before the half-hour mark, only for Wollacott to come to the rescue with a brave save low to his right to deny White.
There was to be no stopping Millwall, however, and Christian Mbulu became the third goalscorer of the afternoon when he prodded home from close range in the 30th-minute.
Kyron Farrell was close to adding a fifth within 10 minutes of the second-half starting, but having intercepted a throw-out by the keeper, he sent a first-time shot narrowly wide of the target.
With Skinner's men comfortably in control, City rarely tested Tom King in the visiting goal and it was Millwall who could have increased their advantage.
City were restricted to just one real chance on goal, but Shawn McCoulsky's shot on the turn sailed over the bar as The Lions chalked up a fourth clean sheet in five games.
Millwall: King, Cummings, Chesmain, Rooney, Mbulu, Twardek, Farrell, Pavey, Smith, White. Subs: Girling, McNamara, Bray, Ebuzoeme, Mundle-Smith.
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