Millwall continued their pre-season programme in Portugal with a match against SC Braga on Tuesday evening.

Here is how the News Shopper rated the newest recruits and players who had significant game time.

Frank Fielding – 6

Acrobatically saved a looping header moments before Braga opened the scoring. Commanded his box well and portrayed satisfactory distribution.

Danny McNamara – 6

The youngster replaced Mahlon Romeo on 60 minutes and slotted in seamlessly. Battled well with a fiery Braga winger and more times than not he came out on top.

Connor Mahoney – 8

Gave the SC Braga full-back a headache throughout the first-half. He portrayed some impressive crossing and dribbling skills, proving that he is comfortable with either foot. An impressive performance for the new recruit.

Jed Wallace – 7

After a quiet opening the minutes the winger grew into the game and linked up well with Connor Mahoney on the counter-attack.

Jiri Skalak – 6

Looked sharp when he came on but the Czech international still has a long way to go before he really can begin to challenge the likes of Wallace and Mahoney for a starting birth.

Billy Mitchell – 5

Looked out of his depth during the small time he spent on the pitch. Showcased good positioning but failed to live up to the expectations brought upon him following his debut against Wigan.

Aiden O’Brien – 6

Playing in his preferred striking position, the Republic Ireland international made a case to Neil Harris after he scored a poacher’s effort in the six-yard box to bring the scores level. Relatively quiet throughout.

Matt Smith – 7

Bullied the Braga’s defence and won nearly every aerial battle. Would have opened the scoring with a towering header in the six minute if it was not for an impressive goal line clearance.

Jon Dadi Bodvarsson – 6

Revealed his engine room by endlessly closing down Braga defenders, but failed to impact the game in an attacking sense. Albeit, valuable minutes for Millwall’s newest signing.