Here's how the players rated in their 2-1 FA Cup third round win over Hull City.

Jordan Archer

The keeper had little to do in the opening 45 but looked assured and composed under the high ball. Could do little for the goal and was rarely tested after that. 6

Jake Cooper

Showed a side to his game we’ve not seen, a commanding defensive display. Usually eager to get forward Harris will be pleased that the centre half put his defending duties first. Looked a pillar of power at the back. 6

Murray Wallace

I’m always intrigued by the defender, be it in the middle or on the left he get on with it and offers more than you’d expect. Going forward he backed up Skalak and then namesake Jed down the flank, but defensively looks a little unsure when playing wide. A versatile part of the squad, who could be integral in the second half of the season. 6

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Mahlon Romeo

With Millwall dominating possession the right-back could get forward at ease in the first half, with his pace and close control he looks threatening, but with the little movement upfront in the absence of Lee Gregory it often came to nothing. 6

Alex Pearce

The first game for the new signing and he’ll be glad it’s out the way. Settled in to the game after a nervy first half where his first touch looked like that of a man who’d spent six months warming a bench. Will offer real cover and competition for places when he’s up to speed. 6

Ryan Tunnicliffe

Has been immense recently but today was a below par performance. Having come to expect high standards from the midfielder he looked like a man who needs a rest after his festive season exploits. 5

Tom Elliott

Missed a string of chances in the first half and his touch was heavy. Caused problems in the air as you’d expect from the big man, but will need to offer more to The Lions if he’s going have a fruitful season. 5

Aiden O’Brien

Looked the liveliest of the front two but you get the impression he’d prefer to be providing than being the target man. Showed some great touches in and around the box but will be disappointed his first half effort went the wring side of the upright from six yards. 7

Jiri Skalak

Played like a man with a point to prove. Started on the left and ventured to the right with some effect. Linked up well with O’Brien and was unlucky not to get on the score sheet or grab an assist in the first half. 6

Ryan Leonard

The match day captain had a quiet game. Roamed the centre of the park but offered little going forward, as we’ve come to expect from the midfielder. 6

Jed Wallace

Arguably Lions’ best player, offered width and crosses that should’ve been buried on at least three occasions. Playing with a lot of confidence and Millwall’s go to man at the minute. Great that he’s tied down to a ‘long term’ contract. 7


Steve Morison

Playing wide right, he delivered a number of crosses which he’d rather have been on the end of. Selfless play from the Welsh international and seems to lift his side when he’s on the park. 7

Shaun Williams

Offered steel in the middle and composure which set the tone. Creates a sturdy base from which to start an attack. 7

Shane Ferguson

Two moments of sheer class that turned the game on the head. Ironically, he was playing on the left but both goals came from the right. Fabulous striking. 9