MILLWALL vice-captain Steve Morison paid tribute to Shaun Cummings after the defender’s last-minute strike knocked Leicester City out of the FA Cup on Saturday.
Cummings scored his second goal in this season’s competition as Millwall reached the last eight and stretched their unbeaten run to 13 games.
Asked how knocking out the Premier League champions felt, Morison said: “Same as it does when we win every other game. That’s what football is all about, winning games. We had one chance (Saturday) and Shaunie put it away.
“I’m thinking how the hell has he got there in the last minute but if anyone knows him they’ll know he’s the calmest man in the world. It was beautiful, what he did.
“When you see him go through you’re praying that he scores. It was calm and nonchalant.
“You’d forget he’s there sometimes. He’s calm, laidback, he comes in and does his thing and goes home. He’s just a very calm, laidback, chilled-out guy. I don’t think you’ll ever meet anyone who will have a bad word to say about him. You can see it in the way he plays his football as well.”
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