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Posted on 27 February 2012  - 16:54

Harry Kane scored his first league goal for Millwall as the Lions secured a 3-1 win at Burnley in the Championship.

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The young striker grabbed the third goal to make the game safe at Turf Moor, calmly slotting past goalkeeper Lee Grant after being sent clear by James Henry.

Staying in the Championship, Andros Townsend made his debut for Birmingham as the Blues suffered a rare home defeat against Forest on Saturday. Andros played 82 minutes as Forest won 2-1 at St Andrews.

David Button made a couple of fine saves for Doncaster but could do nothing to prevent Peterborough United's last-minute equaliser, a close-range header from Tyrone Bennett, as it ended 1-1 at the Keepmoat Stadium.

In the Premier League, Steven Caulker was denied by a superb save from Adam Bogdan, who tipped his header onto the crossbar as Swansea were beaten 2-0 at Stoke.

Kyle Naughton played 90 minutes as Norwich looked to have earned a point against Manchester United at Carrow Road with Grant Holt's late equaliser, only for Ryan Giggs to hit an injury-time winner on his 900th appearance.

Jon Obika was target again for Yeovil in League One but on a weekend of late goals involving our loaned players, the Glovers suffered a 3-2 loss as Carlisle grabbed a 90th-minute winner.

Vedran Corluka played 90 minutes as Bayer Leverkusen won their local derby 2-0 against FC Koln in Cologne in the Bundesliga on Saturday.

Kudus Oyenuga was an unused substitute as St Johnstone beat Dunfermline 3-1 in the SPL.

Jordan Archer continued his fine form and kept Blue Square North top goalscorer Damien Reeves at bay as Bishop's Stortford beat Altrincham 1-0.

Over in Dublin, Oscar Jansson continued his build-up to the new Airtricity League season with Shamrock Rovers with an 8-1 friendly win against Waterford.

That was our Europa League opponents' final warm-up before the new season that starts with a trip to Drogheda United on Friday.

Meanwhile, Adam Smith has been recalled from his loan at Leeds United in order to provide First Team squad cover at right-back.

The young defender had a successful loan at MK Dons earlier this season which resulted in him earning his first caps at England Under-21 level before making the step up to the Championship and joining Leeds in January.