Millwall’s Tom Bradshaw says he is at a loss as to how they let a two- goal lead slip at Brentford.

Bradshaw opened the scoring on the stroke of half time as Jed Wallace doubled the lead just past the hour from the spot.

With six minutes to go however Brentford struck three times through Josh Dasilva, Bryan Mbeumo and Ollie Watkins to turn the game on its’ head.

“I don’t know how to explain it to be honest,” a down-trodden Bradshaw admitted.

“We worked really hard to get into a good position.

“We let it slip through our fingers.

“When you go 2-0 up in the 84th minute, you’ve got to win it, no excuses, we should’ve won.

“If you’re winning 2-0 you should see it through regardless how long is left.

“The fans are gutted, but equally as gutted is everyone in that changing room, I don’t know what to say.”

Caretaker manager Adam Barrett admitted his side lacked game management in seeing the game out at Griffin Park, something Welsh international Bradshaw agreed with.

“When it gets to 2-2 you think you’ve got to just bite the bullet and take the draw, as hard as it is to do when you’ve been leading that long.

“But when it’s that late you have to do it.

“Our game management wasn’t where it should be for us on the pitch and it cost us.

“Ads (Barrett) has been brilliant from the first minute when he’s been in charge, we let him down not seeing it out, I can’t praise him enough.”

Brentford’s Griffin Park seems to be a curse when it comes to Bradshaw.

Almost a year ago to the day the 27-year-old ruptured his achillies ruling him out for the res of the season.

Despite getting on the scoresheet for the fourth time in the league this season, the former Barnsley man admits it’s of little consolation.

“I’ve not got the fondness of memories here,” he continued.

“To come and score was a good feeling but it would’ve been a 100 times better if we got the win.

“From a goals point of view to score three goals in a row, that’s a positive.

“I’m fairly happy with my return, I just hope to keep scoring goals and to start picking up wins.”

Millwall welcome Cardiff City to The Den on Tuesday evening.