Jed Wallace's first-half penalty was canceled out by Kamil Grosicki's wonder strike to ensure that the points were shared at The Den. 

Wallace's smashed home his spot-kick early in the first-half but the Lions lead was short-lived after Kamil Grosicki found the top corner from a 40-yard free-kick. 

Neil Harris opted to make two changes to the side that drew against Middlesbrough after he granted Tom Bradshaw his first start at The Den and reinstated Jed Wallace after he served three games suspension following his red card against Sheffield Wednesday. 

After a monotonous opening ten minutes, Hull City gave Millwall a golden opportunity when Matt Smith was fouled in the box by Jordy De Wijs and the referee pointed to the spot. 

Jed Wallace stood over the ball from 12-yards and blasted it straight down the middle which deceived the diving George Long in goal. 

The Tigers however instantly clawed back at the Lions when Kamil Grosicki’s 40-yard freekick found an equaliser on 18 minutes when his attempt looped over Bialkowski in the Millwall goal and into the top corner. 

Grosicki’s equaliser injected confidence into the visitors as a bewildered Millwall failed to find the same attacking rhythm that won them the penalty in the opening ten minutes. 

Hull nearly found themselves ahead just before the break after Jarrod Bowen’s shot inside the box was palmed by Bialkowski into the path if Kevin Stewart who missed the target from two yards. 

After being second-best in the first half, Millwall surfaced from the break invigorated as Jed Wallace effort from an acute angle forced Long into making a save in the 50th minute. 

However, the Tigers managed to tame the Lions quick start to the second-half and build their way up the pitch after they spent the opening 20 minutes camped in their own half. 

Jarrod Bowen again threatened for the visitors when he managed to get on the end of Grosicki’s cross but his header failed to hit the target. 

Hull then had a penalty appeal of their own dismissed by the referee in the 70thminute when Josh Magennis hit the deck in the six-yard box. 

Jon Dadi Bodvarrson’s introduction gave Millwall some fresh legs on the front line and as a result, the Lions grew back into the game. 

The Icelandic international had an instant impact on the game when he headed Shane Ferguson’s cross back across goal to Ryan Leonard who nodded wide of the post on 82 minutes. 


Millwall: Bialkowski, Romeo, Cooper, Pearce, M. Wallace (O’Brien 86’), Mahoney (Ferguson 75’), Leonard, Thompson, J. Wallace, Smith, Bradshaw (Bodvarsson 67’).  

Subs: Steele, Hutchinson, Williams, Molumby. 

Hull City: Long, Lichaj, Burke (Tafazolli 60’) De Wijs, Pennington (Lopes 17’), Grosicki, Stewart, Honeyman (Toral 73’), Bowen, Irvine, Magennis. 

Subs: Ingram, Eaves, Mckenzie, Bowler.