MILLWALL boss Gary Rowett had no complaints with the decision to allow Dominic Solanke's opener at The Den.

Lions players and supporters expressed their frustration when Solanke slotted home just before half-time, after nudging Mason Bennett out of the way in the box following a set piece.

Referee Dean Whitestone was booed off by home fans at the break.

Millwall responded in the second half to earn a 1-1 draw, courtesy of a Benik Afobe strike.

Discussing Solanke's opener, Lions boss Rowett told the club's website: "I think Scotty (Malone) has a chance to clear it, I think Mason switches off a little bit, there might be a foul but I’m not overly sure.

"I think if it was the other way around I’d be a little bit disappointed (if a foul were given) and they end up getting a bit of fortune with the bounce, it bounces back to Solanke and he scores."

He added: "We almost ruined a really good first-half performance with one moment where we just don’t do our jobs properly.

"At that point I felt really hard done by that we were going in 1-0 down.

"What we did second half is we responded fantastically."

Asked for his take on Solanke's goal, Parker said: "I’ve not seen it back.

"It seemed like they were up in arms about it. I’ve not seen, so I couldn’t comment."