ON-LOAN centre-half Leon Balogun helped Wigan to keep their first clean sheet in three games as they won 1-0 at home against high-flying Millwall to move within two points of safety in the Championship.

On the opposite side of the field Jayson Molumby played the full 90 for Millwall.

However, Balogun’s Albion and Wigan team-mate Jan Mlakar was not in the 18 for the hosts.

Nigeria international Balogun, who was starved of game time at Albion due to head coach Graham Potter’s wealth of central defenders, is bringing all his experience to bear for the Latics and has warned they must not let their standards slip.

He said: “We have got to look at it game to game and give 100% and you can see it is there.

“We just have to stick to what we are doing and not allow ourselves to get lazy because today (Saturday) you have seen what everyone can achieve if everybody gives 100%.

“If the team give 100% then you get results like this and happy faces.”

Balogun feels the supporters will have a big part to play in the club’s final 12 games of the season.

He added: “It is crucial we have to do our jobs and deal with the situation on the pitch, but the more people we see supporting us, standing with us the better is for us.”

Christian Walton starred for Blackburn as they drew 2-2 away to promotion chasing Brentford at Griffin Park .

The 23-year-old keeper picked up an amazing and rare assist for Blackburn’s first goal.

His goal kick was missed by the Brentford defence and fell to striker Adam Armstrong, who dinked the ball over ex-Rovers and now Brentford keeper David Raya.

Walton was also on hand to make a couple of good saves to deny Said Benrahma.

His performance saw him named in the WhoScored.com Championship team of the week.

Ben White kept his 14th clean sheet of the season as Leeds picked up back-back wins, after a 1-0 victory at Elland Road against Reading.

Matt Clarke and Derby drew 1-1 with third place Fulham at Pride Park in the Friday night game.

Winger Anthony Knockaert played 66 minutes for the Cottagers.

Robert Sanchez and Rochdale lost 2-1 at home to Coventry.

Max Sanders was not part of the squad as AFC Wimbledon drew 0-0 at home to Blackpool.

Tom McGill was an unused substitute for Crawley in their 2-0 win at home to Stevenage.

Carl Rushworth helped Worthing to get a point in a 0-0 draw away to the ten-men of Kingstonian.

The 18-year-old saved a penalty right on the stroke of half-time to keep the scores level.

Fynn Talley played the full 90 as Burgess Hill lost 1-0 away to high-flying Cray Valley.

The young keeper took to Twitter on Sunday and said: “Hard fought battle yesterday. Unlucky not to get at least a point. We go again on Tuesday.”

Defender Leo Ostigard kept a clean sheet as St Pauli completed a momentous double over City rivals SV Hamburg with a 2-0 win.

However, forward Victor Gykores was an unused substitute for the German second division side.

George Cox played the full 90 minutes as Fortuna Sittard lost 2-1 away at Feyenoord.

Tudor Baluta was an unused substitute as Den Haag drew 2-2 away at Heerenveen.

Kasper Lopata played in Zaglebie Sosnowiec’s final friendly before the spring season in the Fortuna I Liga as they drew 3-3 with Polish fourth division side Ruch Chorzów.

Billy Arce was an unused substitute as LDU Quito lost 3-2 at home to Independiente Del Valle.

Florin Andone watched on from the bench as Galatasaray won 3-1 away at Fenerbahce.

After his exertions on Thursday in the Europa League against Manchester United, Percy Tau was an unused substitute as Club Brugge beat Sporting Charleroi 1-0.

Bojan Radulovic and his Deportivo Alaves B side drew 1-1 away to Barakaldo.