WATCH: Steve Morrison Blasts His Own Fans For 'Ruining' Play-Off Win
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Millwall secured promotion back to the Championship but the actions from a minority of their fans have marred the occasion.
Steve Morrison netted a late winner against Bradford at Wembley Stadium to ensure that Millwall compete one tier below the Premier League.
The 1-0 victory sent their fans into pandemonium who spilled onto the pitch sparking crazy scenes as they celebrated with the players.
While also confronting the Bradford players with their boss Stuart McCall even claiming he was 'verbally assaulted.'
Not to mention match-winner, Morrison, who criticised his own set of supporters for running onto the pitch.
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Despite the supposed tight security, Millwall fans still managed to enter the field of play.
Calum Butcher is congratulated by fans on the pitch. Image: PA
Millwall fans celebrate on the pitch. Image: PA
Millwall fan holds aloft his League One Play-Off scarf. Image: PA
Nadjim Abdou interacts with a fan. Image: PA
Millwall boss Neil Harris also weighed in on the incident, saying, "The fans came on in good spirit. We didn't want them to come on but they came on in good spirit," via Mirror.
But Bradford manager Stuart McCall echoed Morrison's sentiment by slamming them, "Wembley have to learn from this. Everyone in the place knew they were coming on. I was close to clocking a couple."
"They were in my face. I was verbally assaulted, not physically. Why can't they just enjoy their moment?"
This latest incident precedes the trouble the club experienced in the semi-finals against Scunthorpe where fans invaded the pitch while confronting the traveling support.