Three of West Ham United's loanees were in action in league and cup on Tuesday evening.
Ahmed Abdulla (pictured) and Eoin Wearen turned out for Dagenham and Redbridge in their 5-0 FA Cup with Budweiser third-round replay defeat by Millwall at The Den. Elsewhere, Peter Kurucz kept his first clean sheet for Rochdale in their goalless npower League One draw at Tranmere Rovers.
Having kept the Lions to a 0-0 draw in the initial tie at Victoria Road, the Daggers' hopes were high of upsetting their Championship rivals - who came into the match on the back of a 6-0 home league defeat by Birmingham City on Saturday. However, Millwall were too good on home turf, with Darius Henderson scoring a hat-trick and on-loan Tottenham Hotspur forward Harry Kane netting two goals.
A third Hammer on loan at Dagenham, Cristian Montano, was forced to miss the match as he was ineligible.
At Prenton Park, Kurucz was in unbeatable form for the Dale as they boosted their survival hopes by collecting a point against mid-table Tranmere. The former Hungary Under-21 stopper made fine saves to deny John Welsh, Robbie Weir and Lucas Akins before making an outstanding stop to deny Rovers substitute Cole Stockton in added-time.
Elsewhere, former Hammer Danny Gabbidon scored his first goal since 2005 as Queens Park Rangers edged out MK Dons at Loftus Road. Gabbidon's goal was scored past goalkeeper David Martin, the son of West Ham great Alvin Martin.