Evans still full of belief
Rotherham manager Steve Evans did not feel his side deserved to lose after being edged out 7-6 on penalties by Hull in the League Cup.
A wonder strike from Lionel Ainsworth gave Rotherham the lead early in the second half before Aaron Mclean stabbed home the equaliser. After both sides wasted clear openings in extra-time, Hull edged home 7-6 in the shootout, with Mark Bradley firing against the crossbar after the first 13 penalties had been converted. Evans said: "My players had the best view of the incident of anyone, and they thought it was a penalty. It should have been a penalty, but the referee said the guy got the ball then the man. "But apart from the first 15 minutes I think we took the game to a Championship side and I think they are fortunate to be in the next round. I think we dominated the chances, the play and the game. Steve Bruce is an honest man and an honest manager, and I think he would say the same. "I can't ask any more from my players in terms of effort. Perhaps we can do better in the final third, but that will come, and we will move on to next Saturday. Their goal was disappointing as it came from us having good possession on the edge of their penalty box."