Lions defender gives his post-match assessment following Bradford drawThere are some players who just have a handy knack of scoring against a particular team - there is no logic to it, it just happens.
Joe Martin, it seems, could prove to be one of them as Millwall's left-back hit a super strike against Bradford City for his second goal in successive games against the Bantams in Saturday's 1-1 draw at The Den.
Whilst delighted at bagging his fourth goal in a Millwall shirt, the 27-year-old was equally pleased to have secured a point that moved the team up to fourth in the table.
Speaking to the assembled press after Saturday's game, Joe said: "I always do the same thing – when the ball comes into the box I try to get on the edge and sometimes nick a goal. Luckily it fell perfectly, I took a swing with the right peg and it went in.
"It's very difficult for the other team to get out when we pin them in, which we did for a lot of the game.
After a jam-packed opening four weeks to the campaign that has seen The Lions play nine games, five of which have been on the road, Joe and his team-mates have the luxury of a first 'blank' midweek since the season started.
"It is a bit of a relief not to have another game in midweek where we can get injuries," he added. "We can have a bit of recovery and then be ready for Coventry at home this Saturday."
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