|Venue: King Power Stadium
ALAN Dunne hit a dramatic late winner to clinch a smash-and-grab victory for Millwall over ten-man Leicester City at the King Power Stadium.
The Foxes survived for 87 minutes after Wes Morgan's early red card but Dunne dispatched Richard Chaplow's cross to snatch the three points at the death.
Kenny Jackett made two changes to the side that started against Charlton a fortnight ago with Adam Smith and Jermaine Easter replacing Karleigh Osborne (hamstring) and Chris Taylor (muscle strain).
The Foxes were down to ten men after just three minutes when captain Wes Morgan was dismissed for tripping Andy Keogh after Dunne's through ball in behind the defence.
From the resulting free-kick, Shane Lowry's curling effort was clawed behind by Kasper Schmeichel before Adam Smith's piledriver was well-held by the Denmark international.
There was a nervous moment in the visiting defence when Danny Shittu's mistimed header allowed David Nugent to scamper clear, but the striker's tame shot was deflected wide.
Lowry came to Millwall's rescue in the 13th minute to hack Chris Wood's downward header off the line, before Easter's shot at the other end was tipped behind by the impressive Schmeichel.
The Lions had a penalty claim rejected when Chaplow's header struck Michael Keane. Rob Hulse then won possession off Paul Konchesky but his shot was comfortable for Schmeichel.
The Foxes stopper was proving an immovable object in the home goal and he was on hand again to smother Keogh's shot at the back post after Liam Trotter had flicked on Adam Smith's cross.
In the 32nd minute, Millwall had a goal disallowed for offside after Hulse touched in Easter's clever click from Chaplow's low centre.
Jack Smith then saw his rasping drive from the edge of the area blocked in front of goal as the Lions finished the first half on top, albeit without having found the opening goal.
Leicester midfielder Danny Drinkwater sliced an ambitious 30-yard effort wide of David Forde's left-hand post within 90 seconds of the restart.
Millwall created their first opportunity of the second period in the 55th minute when Hulse headed Dunne's lob back into the danger area instead of going for goal himself from close range.
Adam Smith then hammered a long-range shot straight down Schmeichel's throat but the Lions fell flat thereafter and struggled to create chances with the frequency they had done in the first half.
In fact, it took a stunning save from Forde in the 78th minute to prevent Trotter scoring an own goal after Anthony Knockaert's in-swinging delivery glanced off the midfielder's head.
But Millwall's numerical advantage finally told three minutes from time when Chaplow picked out the run of Dunne, who placed the ball into the bottom corner without breaking stride.