Millwall boss Ian Holloway says that he is "gobsmacked" that neither side scored in their Championship match with Nottingham Forest.
Millwall boss Ian Holloway has said that he was left "gobsmacked" after seeing his side squander a number of good chances in their 0-0 draw with Nottingham Forest on Saturday.
Mathias Ranegie and Martyn Woolford both missed opportunities to score for Millwall as Championship leaders Forest extended their unbeaten start to the season.
After the game, Holloway told reporters: "I'm gobsmacked that it finished 0-0. I thought their goalkeeper pulled off some great stops.
"We've picked up one point from nine this week so we'll have to regroup and go again.
"It was another good, solid performance. I didn't expect anything other than that."
Holloway was appointed Millwall manager in January after leaving Crystal Palace last year.
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