Harris Happy As Bluebirds Rescue Point
Harris Happy As Bluebirds Rescue Point
NEIL Harris saluted his new Cardiff City charges after they fought back from 2-0 down to rescue a point at Charlton.
Gary Dabson

Former Millwall boss Harris made a quick return to southeast London after replacing Neil Warnock during the international break and might well have been questioning his choice as first-half goals from Conor Gallagher and Jonathan Leko left the Bluebirds in trouble at the break.

His mood was hardly improved by Junior Hoilett’s poor early second-half penalty miss.

But Nathaniel Mendez-Laing reduced the deficit before sub Lee Tomlin grabbed a 73rd minute equaliser.

Harris said: “Coming from behind it was a point gained definitely.

“Missing a penalty, getting into so many good areas I think it became a bit like a basketball match in the second half.

“To be 2-0 down is a bit of a kick in the proverbials to be fair and you hope for a reaction at half-time.

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November 24, 2019