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Logan hero with last-gasp penalty save

Conrad Logan saved a penalty from the last kick of the match to ensure a deserved victory for Rotherham United.

Lewis Grabban (penalty), Alex Revell and Marcus Marshall had them 3-1 up before Bradford scored from a penalty and then missed one, both in stoppage time.

Rotherham’s bright start saw them take the lead. Williams made a lively break down the right and his centre clearly struck the arm of O’Brien.

It was right in front of the linesman who surprisingly didn’t flag but the referee had seen it and awarded the spot kick.

After Bradford protests had been waved aside Grabban calmly sent the keeper the wrong way as he slotted the ball to the left for his 12th of the season.

But the home side were now looking threatening and they levelled on 34 minutes.

It followed classic left wing play from young Compton. He ran at Tonge, flew past him and delivered an enticing centre which Mitchell powered home with his head.

Then on 51 minutes Rotherham were back in front.

Revell turned the ball out to Schofield on the right. He showed awareness to play a return ball in low and Revell struck a low shot from the edge of the area which went in off the far post before the striker ran away to celebrate in front of the big, joyous Millers following.

And they went further in front on 57 minutes.

Grabban set up Schofield and his low shot was pushed out by McLaughlin only for Marshall to strike home the loose ball.

Despite the 3-1 lead and looking in charge, the Millers would have remembered that they were 3-1 up at Torquay and had to scramble a draw.

In stoppage time Bradford cut the deficit through a Flynn penalty after a handling offence.

In a dramatic finish Bradford were awarded another penalty and this time Logan became the hero when he denied Flynn with what was the last kick of the match in the fourth minute of stoppage time.

The Millers were well worth their win and it’s now six unbeaten.

For a full report, see the Green’Un