CARDIFF City boss Malky Mackay was pleased to come away from Millwall with a clean sheet – admitting that winning at The Den is no mean feat.
Second-half goals from Peter Whittingham and Craig Noone sealed a 2-0 win for the Bluebirds – their first away victory over the Lions in 30 years.
Mackay said: "This is an unforgiving division and it is relentless but to come away from The Den, which is never an easy place to come for any game against Kenny's team, with another clean sheet is a pleasing night's work.
"We are really happy with the clean sheet tonight."
Whittingham thought he had given the visitors a first-half lead buy lexapro 10 mg when his free-kick floated over Maik Taylor, only for it to be ruled out for a foul inside the box, and Mackay was pleased with his team's reaction to the decision.
He said: "I was disappointed that we didn't get the goal from the free-kick in the first half. I have looked at it again and again and I really don't see where the challenge was when Peter scored.
"I don't think it interrupted the flow of the boys. I think we came out in the second-half and kicked on.
"The first-half was a scrappy affair but in the second-half we went out there and produced two moments of quality and from then on we were comfortable."