Late goal denies winner
A late penalty in Millwall's 2-0 victory over Leeds denied one unlucky Sky Sports Soccer Saturday Super 6 player a £250,000 windfall.
Steve Rimington, from Horsforth, was on course to become the fourth jackpot winner of the free-to-play football prediction game in the last 12 months when Leeds conceded a late spot-kick in their opening Sky Bet Championship clash.
Steve had already correctly matched the results involving Derby v Rotherham (1-0), Middlesbrough v Birmingham (2-0), Nottingham Forest v Blackpool (2-0), Watford v Bolton (3-0) and Wigan v Reading (2-2) and had picked a 1-0 win for the Lions against Leeds.
However, with time running out, Millwall were awarded a penalty and Shaun Williams slotted home from the spot.
Despite missing out on the jackpot Steve still netted himself a £3,000 consolation prize, sharing the weekly prize with David Hoey from High Wycombe, who also got five correct scores.
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