|Venue: The Den
|Ledesma 48, Adomah 89|
MILLWALL fans were calling for Steve Lomas' head after a dismal 2-0 defeat to Middlesbrough in front of the TV cameras.
Second-half goals from Emmanuel Ledesma and Albert Adoma sent the Lions tumbling to a deserved defeat and the home crowd made their displeasure clear at the final whistle.
Despite threatening to make changes to his back four after the 3-2 defeat to Blackburn, boss Lomas kept faith with centre backs Paul Robinson and Mark Beevers.
The only change to the XI came up front, where former Riverside striker Scott McDonald started alongside Steve Morison.
Strong winds and swirling rain proved problematic for both sides, who mustered just one shot on goal between them in the first half.
That came just four minutes before the interval when Alan Dunne took aim from 20 yards and drilled a low drive into the arms of Shay Given.
Boro registered their only effort in stoppage time when Ben Gibson headed wide from a corner, the visitors' fifth of the half.
But Aitor Karanka's side broke the deadlock three minutes after the restart when Ledesma found the bottom corner with a inch-perfect curling finish into the far corner.
Millwall's best chance to draw level came in the 68th minute when Morison's header was parried clear by Given.
Richard Smallwood and Curtis Main both spurned chances to increase the visitors' lead before Liam Trotter curled over the bar at the other end.
Forde denied Ledesma once more but could do nothing to prevent Adomah adding a second goal in the final minute of normal time as the winger finished off a slick passing move.
That goal prompted a furious backlash from the home crowd and around 300 fans calling for Lomas to be sacked congregated outside the club offices after the game.