Here's how the player's rated ion Millwall's 3-1 defeat by Norwich City.

Jordan Archer

Unlucky his save from Hernandez fell to Stiepermann for the opener but made a vital save from Pukki before the half. Could do little for the second half goals. 5

Mahlon Romeo

Looked to get forward but the final ball was lacking. Improved second half but was kept honest by an impressive Onel Hernandez. Should’ve cut out the through ball for Norwich’s third. Not his finest display in defence or attack. 6

Jake Cooper

Had the best chance of the first half but was thwarted on the line. A danger from set-pieces as always. Defensively was caught a little high up the pitch against a highly counter attacking side. 6

READ: Report - Millwall 1 Norwich City

Shaun Hutchinson

Won everything in the air but was found wanting on the deck. Maybe could’ve marshalled his defence better at set pieces which surprisingly Norwich had some success with. Left a little exposed by his midfield. 6

James Meredith

Still returning to his former self. Looked a little off the pace, showcased in the yellow card he picked up for a poor foul in the opening 45. 5

Ben Thompson

Got on the ball more than most in the Millwall midfield and covered a lot of ground. Closed down endlessly which didn’t go unnoticed by the home fans. Head and shoulders above the rest in terms of effort. 8

Shane Ferguson

Decent delivery for Williams equaliser but offered little in open play. Didn’t let the side down but also didn’t provide the attacking threat the home fans know he’s capable of. 6

Shaun Williams

Took his goal well and did the dirty work in midfield so that Thompson could get into more threatening areas. That said he fought a lonely battle against a confident City outfit. 7

Jed Wallace

Operating from wide-right he offered little. Difficult for a man who uses his pace and trickery to get into a game that was largely played above head height. 6

Steve Morison

Won every flick-on but on the ground was caught short on a number of occasions, which the home fans let him know about. 5

Lee Gregory

Foraged well on long balls but there’s only so many he can chase within 90 minutes. Always the furthest forward as you’d expect but was provided very little in terms of service. Very quiet game. 6


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Aiden O’Brien

On with 15 to play, the wide-man had little impact in a blunt attack. 5