Date: 16th September 2008 at 9:46am
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Leicester were beaten for the first time in League One on Saturday and Nigel Pearson thinks it might not be a bad thing entirely.

The defeat against Millwall clearly disappointed him but he thinks it might have given some the reality check that was needed: ‘I’m very disappointed. The performance we’ve come up with so far did not happen,’ Pearson told Radio Leicester. ‘It’s important to put it in perspective, if we wanted a reality check then we’ve had one now, and we’ve got to move on to the next game.

The next match is at Leyton Orient on Saturday.

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