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Millers shock sorry Saints

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Rotherham proved the undoing of yet another Coca-Cola Championship outfit as an impressive display of attacking football saw the League Two side reach the League Cup fourth round for the first time since 1984 - beating Southampton 3-1.

The Millers have already disposed of Wolves and Sheffield Wednesday in this season's Carling Cup - and they made light work of the struggling Saints on this occasion.

Despite lying 47 places above the Millers in the Football League Southampton were outplayed at the Don Valley Stadium and could have gone down to an even heavier defeat than the one dealt to them by goals from Nick Fenton, Danny Harrison and Drewe Broughton. Stern John did manage a consolation for the visitors but it proved in vain.

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Rotherham United
Sheffield Wednesday
Football
Danny Harrison
Championship
League Cup
Southampton
Stern John
League Two
Nick Fenton
Wolverhampton Wanderers
Drewe Broughton

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