Millwall drew 3-3 with Real Sociedad on Saturday afternoon.

Here is how the News Shopper rated Millwall’s players:

Frank Fielding – 6 Did not have much to do. He maybe could have got a touch on Sociedad’s second but we will give him the benefit of the doubt.

Mahlon Romeo – 7 Carried out his iconic once a match burst in the second-half and assisted Connor Mahoney’s goal by beautifully caressing his first touch into the path of him. Impressive performance.

Jake Cooper – 6 Dived in at point-blank range to deny Nais Djouahra and displayed great distribution from the back as early on his played a 30-yard pass straight to Aiden O’Brien.

Alex Pearce – 6 Commanded the back-line as usual, but had a relativity quiet game. That said, quietness for a defender is an indication of proficiency.

Murray Wallace – 6 Had an eventful evening attempting to tame Adan Januzaj. The only time the former Manchester United winger got past him was when he assisted Isak in the second half. Despite from that, a valuable experience for the Scotsman.

Jed Wallace – 6 Converted from the spot and put in a good shift in. The winger is a long way away from reaching the form of last season but you can see that he is close to finding that purple patch again.

Ben Thompson – 8 Showed versatility, as he put in a solid performance as a box-to-box midfielder instead of the advanced role he was used in last season. Scored an absolute screamer from 25-yards.

Shaun Williams – 5 Has looked sharp in preseason thus far, but this was an afternoon he would want to forget. Missed a penalty early on and spent the rest of the evening chasing the shadows if Asier Illarramendi and Martin Odegaard.

Connor Mahoney – 9 This man could deliver an unmelted ice-cream in the desert if you asked him to. On numerous occasions the winger portrayed that he can a whip a ball in, after he was behind the corner that led to the second penalty kick and scored a spectacular solo effort.

Aiden O’Brien – 7 Linked up really well with Connor Mahoney down the left hand side and proved that he can hold up a ball well when he is asked to. Would have got on the score sheet if he kept it simple.

Matt Smith – 8 This man eats aerial duels for breakfast. He won everything in the air and was the man to be fouled for the first penalty. It is surprising that he hasn’t got his first Millwall goal yet but hopefully he is saving it for the all-important Preston game next week.