The Millers went in 2-0 down at half time and things didnt look great, but speaking to the Advertiser, boss Paul Warne said; "I thought if we got the next goal we could get back into it, Hand on heart, after 20 minutes I was thinking if we could get to half-time at 2-0 down I'd take it,"
"I nearly made a change after 25 minutes, then we rode the storm a bit. We couldn't throw two up front because we were getting outplayed in midfield. We needed to get the lads in at half-time no more than two goals behind."
"We gave them a few polite pointers, got our first goal and I thought: 'Wow, we've got half an hour left here. We're going to create something else.' Fortunately we did."
"They played how I wanted them to play. I said to Richie and I know it sounds like horrendous management, that I was so pleased with our players after the break that I wouldn't have criticised their second-half performance even if MK had nicked a winner in the last minute."