NIGEL Clough says it was just the quality in the final third that cost Burton Albion as they fell 2-0 to Millwall at The New Den.He said: "We started brilliantly the first 10 minutes or so and we had two or three situations where we could have scored and then we just got caught out with two balls over the top.
"We had good scenarios with Tom Naylor on the right and Calum Butcher on the left."
Mark Duffy had a chance early on but his tame shot wasn't enough to trouble Jordan Archer in the Millwall goal.
"It was just the quality in the final third.
"They had two chances and put them both away.
"It's very difficult even when you go 1-0 down here."