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Millwall boss rues red card
Steve Lomas reckons a “cheap” first booking for his right-back helped Albion to a point against Millwall.
The Lions manager said the dismissal of Alan Dunne was the turning point in yesterday’s 1-1 draw at The Amex.
He felt his side were comfortably holding on to their 1-0 lead until they went down to ten men.
Dunne's first booking was for taking too long over a throw-in.
Lomas said: “I could see what was going to happen.
“I thought it was a very cheap booking. I could see what was going to happen – he would be sent-off.
“I was very disappointed. It was the key turning point in the game because we were very comfortable.
“In the past we can blame ourselves for things but I think the blame lies elsewhere today.
“Brighton are a very good team, they pass the ball well and were on the back of two wins.
“We set out to nullify that and I thought we did.
“We got into some good areas as well.
“Maybe with a decent final ball we would have created some chances.
“I thought we started the second half again very disciplined.
“We scored a fantastically worked goal and we looked very comfortable.
“The sending-off is definitely the key moment of the game for me."
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