Millwall are still in search of their first league win of the season after a second-half Felipe Morais free-kick meant a share of the spoils at The Den.

George Saville’s first goal for the club had given Millwall the lead just four minutes into the second-half, but Morais struck just 13 minutes later to earn Bolton a point.

Here is how News Shopper rated Millwall's players...

Jordan Archer - 6 - A spectator for most of the game. Dealt with everything he had to and could not do anything about the goal.

Conor McLaughlin - 6 - Quiet afternoon. Did not do anything wrong defensively, but did not support Wallace in the attacking third.

Shaun Hutchinson - 6 - Fantastic in the air as always, kept Bolton at bay for most of the afternoon.

Byron Webster - 6 - Just like his centre-back partner, looked comfortable, hardly gave Le Fondre have a sniff, apart from a second-half header that went wide.

James Meredith - 7 - Solid display, very composed him possession and looked a threat going forward. Him and Ferguson linked up well to cause Bolton problems. Making the left-back spot his own more and more every week.

Jed Wallace - 6 - Struggled to get into the game, when he did, he looked dangerous. Had the best chance of the first-half, but hesitated when bowing down on goal and the surpassed him.

Shaun Williams - 6 - Sloppy in possession, did not have the kind of impact that he usually does.

George Saville - 8 - Outstanding performance. Full of energy and capped a superb afternoon by finishing off a fine team goal. Millwall's man of the match. 

Shane Ferguson - 6 - Tried to run at Little whenever possible, but when he found space his delivery let him down. Faded in the second half and as a result was taken off.

Lee Gregory - 6 - Needs a goal. Worked hard for his side, but looks short on confidence. Did well to create the goal for Saville, though.

Steve Morison - 6 - Hold up play was outstanding, few long-range efforts, but him and Gregory did not play close enough together to cause Bolton enough problems. Nearly won it for Millwall late on, but his thunderous volley was blocked when goal-bound.