Date: 15th September 2008 at 4:18pm
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Leicester were beaten for the first time this season when they slipped to a 1-0 defeat to Millwall on Saturday.

Matt Oakley and Andy King both went close for the home side but it was the guests who had the best chance of the match as David Martin turned away Tresor Kandol’s effort, only for Lewis Grabban to put the rebound over. Millwall did take the lead a few minutes later however as Gary Alexander (20) finished coolly.

Paul Dickov had a chance late on for the hosts but shot wide then Kandol (90) was shown a sent off in injury time for a poor challenge on Michael Morrison.

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