Back to what we're capable of - Robins.

Last updated : 05 November 2008 By Bigrich.....
Goals from Drewe Broughton and Dale Tonge scored the goals while Andy Warrington pulled off an injury time penalty save to give the Millers a 2-0 Victory saw the Millers go through to the northern area semi finals where they will face either Darlington, Tranmere or Scunthorpe.

"I thought that we played exceptionally well and it was a performance that is back to what this team is capable of, I would like to see us play with that kind of confidence in the league games, but it was nice to play well and obviously win the match." Robbo told the clubs official website -

"I think that we deserved to go in front when we opened the scoring just before half time. It was a good cross and a great piece of movement by Drewe Broughton and then a terrific finish. It was a great time to go in front just before the break and we carried that momentum forward into the second half." he added.

"I don't want to single out any individual because it was a fantastic team performance. Everybody made a contribution and all the players gave a very good account of themselves which was very pleasing."

Millers skipper Pablo Mills responded to recent critism by producing a great display which won the man of the match award; "The way that Pablo played tonight was somewhere near his best, He has had some criticism over recent weeks but you can't leave him out, you need him to play through, and thankfully Pablo has come out of the other side tonight. His performance showed just what a good player and captain he is but it was a team display and another great result." Robbo said.

"We will just have to wait and see who we get in the next round and take it from there, We have beaten two very good sides in this competition so we are going well and we will enjoy the victory."
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