Millwall registered their third loss of the league season with a 1-0 defeat to Wolves.

Goalkeeper Jordan Archer made critical stops to keep the score down as the home side dominated possession all game.

The Lions looked disciplined and frustrated the Wolves attack, but Aiden O’Brien’s sending off tested their resolve.

Eventually, it was a strike from distance by Jota which settled it.

Here’s how News Shopper rated Millwall’s players ...

Jordan Archer – 9 – Made some excellent saves to keep the score down, unfortunately beaten by a great goal. Man of the match.

Conor McLaughlin – 8 – Made a crucial block near the goal as Millwall looked to concede a second. Pretty solid, few blemishes

Shaun Hutchinson – 8 – Got caught out a couple times, particularly late in the second half when he lunged in the box and could have conceded a penalty. Couldn’t do much about the Wolves goal

Byron Webster – 9 – Often the first responder to Wolves’ attacks, made several important blocks and interceptions. Made up for his overzealousness for the Wolves goal

James Meredith – 7 – Grew tired before being subbed off and certainly could not complete the full 90 so fatigued after Millwall went down to ten. Good outing though

Aiden O’Brien – 6 – Had his moments when attacking down his side, although they did come to little. Let himself and the team down with the second booking

George Saville – 6 – Partnered Williams well to give Millwall a breather when it got too difficult. Could have used his presence up the pitch though

Shaun Williams – 7 – An important presence in front of the defence and his distribution was superb. Made an important block late to deny a threatening Wolves attack

Jed Wallace – 6 – Made good contributions with his threatening runs but the final product was not there

Lee Gregory – 7 – His efforts on the front line will feel fruitless, but Millwall benefited from his link-up play. Didn’t have enough opportunities to get his shots off

Steve Morison – 6 – Didn’t see much of the ball but, like Gregory, he didn’t have many opportunities. Forced into a deeper role when O’Brien was dismissed


Shane Ferguson – 4

Fred Onyedinma – 5