Huddersfield Town beat Millwall 2-1 thanks to a brace from Nahki Wells.
Nahki Wells has inspired Huddersfield Town to a 2-1 win over Millwall that lifts the Terriers out of the Championship relegation zone.
After a quiet opening half-hour, the game burst into life when Ed Upson's curling effort struck the woodwork.
Wells then put Huddersfield Town ahead with a fierce half-volley on 37 minutes, but the lead lasted for only five minutes as Upson converted Scott McDonald's cross to make it 1-1 at the break.
The home side were ahead again when Wells struck a penalty into the bottom left corner of David Forde's goal after Nicky Bailey had brought Harry Bunn down in the box.
Mark Beevers nearly rescued a point for Millwall late on but his effort was kept out by Alex Smithies and Huddersfield Town held on for the win.
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