Tom Bradshaw not making any cheeky claim for matchball after Millwall’s win over Rotherham United

Tom Bradshaw is not trying to claim a second hat-trick of his Millwall career – conceding the club’s second goal against Rotherham United has to be awarded to Cameron Humphreys.

The 30-year-old striker bagged only his second treble as a pro in the 3-0 win over Watford on October 19.

Bradshaw struck twice in the New Year’s Day success over the Millers with another effort deflecting off defender Humphreys and past his own keeper.

“Anyone who knows me knows I will claim anything,” Bradshaw told Millwall TV. “But watching it back it was probably going just wide…when I say just wide, I mean the corner flag.

“It was a good performance. It’s testament to us that teams are coming here trying to get a point. That can make it difficult for us, at times, where teams are just sitting in.

“To get an early goal really makes a big difference, they were forced to come out of their shape. It opened up a lot of space for us to create chances.

“Anyone in the stadium [on Saturday] would’ve taken seven points [from nine] before the start of the Christmas period.”

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