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Millwall fan in full kit goes viral after offering out West Brom supporters

A Millwall fan in a full kit goes viral after being seen offering out West Brom supporters that were trying to wind her up.

A number of photos and videos surfaced of the woman, giving in large and having some fun before losing it, with the young lad next to her grinning as it played out.

@jennabatesss posted a picture of her while with a kid on her shoulder, captioned: Your bird goes West Brom (h) in a full kit.”

Then a video emerged of her pointing and shouting angrily towards certain individuals in the away end…

Social media users gave their reaction as the Millwall fan in full kit goes viral after offering out West Brom supporters…

@CharBirch_MFC: Liquidate us

@RichieDow90: Faces in the crowd straight from FIFA 2000 on PS1

@JoeWheeler_10: Put the kettle on, make yourself a lovely cup of tea, sit back, open this picture, zoom in and go through every person

@d4_milll: Jesus Christ I’m ashamed state of our fans these days

@trowsdale91: The more you look at this photo, the weirder it’s gets 😂

@JacobSwallow4: I’ve seen it all

richardhornsey: Sam Kerr’s behaviour has taken a turn for the worst recently

shep_.05: yer bird wears a full kit to the den

joeomara89: Tbf people taking the piss but she’d have half of them west brom fans in one hit

smithlew01: I’m a Millwall fan we don’t accept her

gazleeward82: Why do they always think there hard af🤔🤨

chenbapman: To be fair she would probs do most fellas

The Championship fixture itself saw Millwall and West Brom play out a 1-1 draw at The Den on Good Friday with a John Swift penalty earning point for the Baggies after Duncan Watmore’s opener.

Millwall’s Neil Harris said post-match: “What a good Millwall performance for so much of that game, especially in the first half. I thought West Brom nailed it in the first five minutes, they slowed it down and retained the ball to stop us getting near them, but then we grew into the game.

“We had them rattled, and they’re a really good side with really good players, but we bossed it. We should have been 3-0 up, we should have been out of sight at half-time.

“If you don’t see teams off at this level you get punished by a moment and when they have quality one-on-one players you get found wanting.

“So a glass half full in the sense that it was a really strong performance, a really good point gained against a good side but there is disappointment because we deserved the three.

“The lads have come in saying it should have been out of sight and Matija’s not had a save to make all game. We have made a really good side look ordinary and we looked like a really good Millwall side.”

West Brom’s Carlos Corberan: “That’s why they are competing at this level. They are a competitive team and for me one of the teams that their position in the table is not reflective of the level of their squad.

“Over the last five or six games they have lost one game and in the summer their target would have been to reach the play-offs.

“When there are many good teams in the Championship this can happen to good teams.

“I think that today was a tough game, there were two teams with two different styles.

“In the first half they were better than us but in the second half, with our style, we were a little bit better than them.

“There is also the feeling of a result, today we have had to work hard to get the point.

“It has been a game where we were not brilliant and we didn’t create enough chances, we tried but we couldn’t.”

Millwall: Sarkic, Leonard, Tanganga, Cooper, Bryan (McNamara 81′), Honeyman (Longman 76′), Mitchell (De Norre 89′), Saville, Watmore (Norton-Cuffy 89′), Obafemi, Flemming

Subs: Bialkowski, Wallace, Hutchinson, Mayor, Esse

West Brom: Palmer, Furlong, Bartley, Kipré (Ajayi 72′), Townsend, Yokuslu, Mowatt, Wallace (Thomas-Asante 63′), Diangana (Phillips 81′), Johnston (Swift 63′), Weimann (Fellows 46′)

Subs: Chalobah, Reach, M’Vila, Griffiths

Full-time: Queens Park Rangers 2-1 Birmingham City
Half-time: Queens Park Rangers 0-0 Birmingham City

47′ Ethan Laird cautioned
51′ Tyler Roberts cautioned
58′ Isaac Hayden cautioned
60′ Jack Colback replaced Isaac Hayden
60′ Sinclair Armstrong replaced Michael Frey
62′ Juninho Bacuna scores
65′ Steve Cook scores
74′ Jack Colback cautioned
74′ Koji Miyoshi replaced Tyler Roberts
76′ Paul Smyth replaced Christopher Willock
84′ Scott Hogan replaced Jay Stansfield
85′ Jordan James replaced Juninho Bacuna
87′ Ziyad Larkeche replaced Kenneth Paal
90’+1 Gary Gardner replaced Krystian Bielik
90’+2 Jimmy Dunne scores

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