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Gary Rowett felt that Benik Afobe was really unlucky not to have scored a hat-trick in Millwall’s 2-0 victory against Huddersfield Town.

Afobe scored a brace but was denied the matchball after some great saves from Terriers keeper Lee Nicholls.

Rowett told the South London Press: “He was really unlucky. If you look at some of the moments, we’ve hit the bar and we should have had a penalty when the lad blocks it on the line with his hand.

“The keepers made two or three fabulous saves and Benik has missed another really good chance.

“It was a far better chance than his second goal. But that’s what you’d rather talk about. You’d rather talk about creating lots of opportunities rather than worrying about missing them.

“He took his two goals well. He’d be disappointed that he didn’t have a hat-trick but the bigger picture is that it was a really good performance on and off the ball today. It was really disciplined and fabulous again.”

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