WING AND A PRAYER
Irish Sunday Mirror|May 02, 2021
‘Millers live to fight another day!’
ROSS HEPPENSTALL

LEWIS WING’S late equalizer put Rotherham’s survival hopes back into their own hands.

The Millers were heading for a sixth successive defeat but Middlesbrough loanee Wing blasted home an 87th-minute free-kick to salvage a potentially priceless point.

Boss Paul Warne and his players celebrated wildly at the final whistle as they rose to within three points of faltering Derby, with a game in hand.

They head to Luton Town on Tuesday night for that and know that a victory there, plus another on the final day, will see them safe – unless Derby runs up a cricket score at home to beat Sheffield Wednesday.

Warne said: “It’s just kept the season alive and allows us to go into the last two games with hope. Where there is hope there is life, and we live to fight for another day.

“The lads kept going and are determined to stay in the division.”

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