Henderson sees off Posh
Darius Henderson got back on the goal trail to give Millwall their first win of the season with a 2-1 success at Peterborough.
Henderson, the Lions' top scorer with 19 goals last season, netted his first of this campaign to ensure the London club bounced back from their home defeat to Blackpool on the first day of the npower Championship season. Millwall came from behind to take the points after Scott Malone had cancelled out George Boyd's opener for Peterborough, who have lost both of their opening league matches. Boyd missed from close range early on but made amends in the 11th minute when he turned 12 yards out and fired a left-foot shot into the bottom right-hand corner. The Lions deservedly equalised two minutes before the break. The ball was deflected into the path of Malone who blasted a shot beyond Olejnik from the left side of the six-yard box. It was no surprise when Millwall went ahead four minutes later. Andy Keogh held up a long ball forward and laid it off to strike partner Henderson who struck it home from 12 yards out.