Some of the Lions faithful reportedly stormed a security barrier in order to fight their Tykes counterparts, who will get to watch their side in next season’s Championship thanks to goals from Ashley Fletcher, Adam Hammill and Lloyd Isgrove.
For Millwall, however, a poor day on the pitch was compounded by a poor day off it, one which will do little to combat the mantra “nobody likes us but we don’t care”.
As you might imagine, social media was teeming with Millwall fans jokes:
It's a sad occasion for #Millwall so they're holding a minutes's violence.
— Mark Robinson (@robboma3) May 29, 2016
Millwall fans doing their best to impress scouts before the EDL pick their final 23 hooligans for the Euros pic.twitter.com/qyHETl69jh
— Oldfirmfacts (@Oldfirmfacts1) May 29, 2016
A football match with Millwall fans causing trouble, that doesn't seem likely…….
— Amy Quinn (@amytheoldboot) May 29, 2016
So weird, Millwall fans are usually so well behaved
— Lloyd Griffith (@LloydGriffith) May 29, 2016
— GloryHunter since'77 (@Chris_Wilde) May 29, 2016
Please take a moment to feel bad for L1 who have to endure the Millwall fans again in 2016/17.
— Matchday Drinkers (@BFCDrinkers) May 29, 2016
At least Millwall were trying to fight opposition fans this time and not themselves. This is progress.
— Vinnywhufc (@vinnywhufc) May 29, 2016
That #Millwall fighting mobile phone footage is shocking, disgusting. Do people not know to turn their phones to landscape when they video?
— SinbadTheSailor (@SinbadTheSailor) May 29, 2016
Apparently Millwall fans paid for everything at Wembley with notes even when they had change at half time, absolute scum of the earth
— Billie (@Billie_T) May 29, 2016
Ah crud… Millwall it is next season then. Bet it's a Tuesday night… #bwfc
— Marc Iles (@MarcIles) May 29, 2016
Millwall fan getting hit by the automatic toilet door on the train and then instinctively trying to start a fight with it made my day
— Joe (@_joeburdett) May 29, 2016
"Millwall, Millwall, you're all really dreadful and all your girlfriends are unfulfilled and alienated." pic.twitter.com/JhKz6lckdT
— Ben (@Bunjee93) May 29, 2016
Travel arrangements for Millwall fans today:
2,000 on the coach
3,000 on the train
30,000 on the bandwagon#Millwall
— Robert Waghorn (@Rob_Waghorn) May 29, 2016
Millwall fans getting home tonight pic.twitter.com/Eh7dVs82bg
— clark ridgewell (@ClarkRidgewell) May 29, 2016