Millwall's staff and players gave goalscorer Tom Bradshaw a standing ovation following the Lions 2-1 Carabao Cup win at West Brom. 

The 27-year-old forward scored his first goal for the club since his £1.25million move from Barnsley in January after initially joining on loan six months earlier.

Suffering a serious knee ligament injuryat Brentford in November, the Welsh international made his third appearance of the season as the Lions came from a goal down to see off a side they drew 1-1 with in the league just three days ago. 

Bradshaw's strike on 27minutes cancelled out Charlie Austin's 9th minute opener before Aiden O'Brien bundled home the winner on 55minutes and book a trip to Newport in the second round.

News Shopper: (PIC: Bradshaw/PA)(PIC: Bradshaw/PA)

"I'll let you into a little secret - all the players and staff gave Tom Bradshaw a standing ovation afterwards," Lions boss Neil Harris said.

"I don't always single out individuals, but Tom got his ovation because it's not just his first goal for the club, which as a centre-forward I know myself, it's after the injury he sustained - which is key.

"He's still not 100 per cent match-fit or as sharp as he can be or will be, but he's a tremendous finisher and he showed that with the goal and the positions he got himself in. He was embarrassed by it but we were all so pleased for him."

O'Brien Winner

Austin nodded home after Grady Diangana's blistering angled shot was spilled by goalkeeper Luke Steele, formerly of West Brom.

But the Baggies will be far more concerned about their defending at set-pieces after conceding three to Millwall in as many days.

Bradshaw headed home a Jiri Skalak free-kick and O'Brien pounced after Skalak's corner was allowed to bounce and hit Murray Wallace on the thigh.

West Brom head coach Slaven Bilic said: "We are disappointed big-time.

"That's three goals we've conceded against them in two matches to set-pieces. We can't concede these kind of goals.

"We have to defend better. Set-pieces are vital in this league. This is basic stuff."