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Barnet complete 3-1 win over Millwall in Under-21 Professional Development League Two
4:07pm Tuesday 4th September 2012 in Sport
Barnet came from behind to secure a 3-1 victory against Championship outfit Millwall in the Under-21 Professional Development League Two.
The Bees side was made up of a mix of first team players who did not feature against Rochdale at the weekend and youngsters from the club's Academy.
It was the Lions who went ahead as John Marquis fired a free-kick past Bees stopper Sam Cowler.
However, the Bees fought back and levelled as striker George Sykes found the net after Millwall stopper Steve Mildenhall could only push a strike from distance back into play.
New Bees signing David Stephens played 35 minutes before being replaced by young defender George McCluskey as the two sides went in level at the break.
Barnet were the stronger side in the second period and went ahead as Sykes grabbed his, and the Bees, second of the contest.
The calmly slotted past Mildenhall after the ball had been cut-back into the box.
Cowler saved efforts from Aiden O'Brien, Tobi Alabi, Charlie Penney and Dylan Richards before a fine strike from Jamal Lowe settled the match.
The youngster, who was on the bench at the weekend, curled a fantastic free-kick past Mildenhall from 25-yards.
Millwall Under-21s: Mildenhall; Mkandawire, Robinson, Shittu, Richards; Alabi; McManus, Sammoutis, Twum; Marquis, O'Brien.
Barnet Under-21s: Cowler; Kamdjo (Hackett 65mins), Stephens (McCluskey 35mins), Johnson Antwi; Lowe, Abdulla, Edgar, Warren, Sykes, Gambin.
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