Neil Harris has slammed Rochdale fans following Millwall’s FA Cup exit last night.

Ian Henderson’s second-half strike denied the Lions the chance of hosting Tottenham or Newport County in the fifth round.

And at full-time, more than 200 Rochdale supporters invaded the pitch to celebrate and goad Millwall fans and players.

Harris said: “I thought the Rochdale fans were a disgrace at the end.

“Our fans were goaded, it wasn't quite right. My players were treated very badly, and me and the staff were abused.

“As a football club, we have the stick pointed at us fairly often.”

Millwall were affected by the dire conditions of the Spotland pitch.

A much-changed Lions side registered just one shot on target.

Harris added: “Congratulations to Rochdale. They played the conditions much better than us. My players didn't really get used to the pitch.

"I have no complaints with the result whatsoever. With regards to my time in charge, that's a bit of a low, but I'm not going to let that derail how well we're doing this season at the moment.

“Other than a couple of defensive blocks and goalmouth scrambles, there were no chances in the game bar their goal.

“At half-time, I said there would be one mistake, one moment of quality or one hero that would win the game, and Rochdale obviously produced that.”