Blues win at Millwall with Andy Munro watching.
This was the usual war of attrition at the Den, and it was tin hat time in the second half as Millwall rained in crosses and free-kicks, but Blues held firm with the help of a stellar display from forgotten man Neil Etheridge.
Luckily Blues did the damage with star wide men Chong and Khedra cutting the opposition apart with one such move leading to a deserved goal from the Juke, taken from the narrowest of angles.
The midfield played their part with the silky skills of Juninho Bacuna backed up by solid, no-nonsense displays from Beilik and the young Bellingham. Mind you, in the second half hatches had to be battened down with both Roberts and Long outstanding.
It was an excellent three points which now sees us mathematically safe and it would be good to get two further wins in the last three games.
One downside on the game was yet again Blues having a poor percentage of play and yet again Hannibal only getting a paltry few minutes. Given the latter, his future at Blues looks doubtful, which will be a real shame.