Here’s how Millwall’s players rated in their 3-2 defeat at Brentford.

Bartosz Bialkowski 8

If anyone remembers his error against QPR they should forget it instantly. A first half to savour, denying Benrahma, Jensen and a super penalty save from Watkins. Busy afternoon for the Polish international who didn’t deserve to be on the losing side.

Murray Wallace 6

Did well for 85 minutes before allowing Mbeumo inside to shoot. Unlucky with the deflection but the winger often favours his left.

Shaun Hutchinson 7

Rightly pinged for pulling on Dalsgaard for the penalty but made up for it with a solid display. Commanding in the air and no non-sense, the matchday captain seems back to his best.

Jake Cooper 6

Went under the radar but did his job effectively. A thorn in both boxes and used his size well to deal with the trickery of Benrahma. Undone by five minutes of crazyeness.

Mahlon Romeo 6

Couldn’t get forward like he likes to such was the threat of Benrahma down the left.

Shaun Williams 6

Like his fellow midfielders he harried and hustled but had little time on the ball. Won’t get the plaudits he should get for keeping an effective Brentford midfield quiet.

Jayson Molumby 5

A player who was starved of possession. Stayed disciplined however and was part of a midfield three that frustrated their Brentford counterparts.

Ben Thompson 6

A surprisingly quiet afternoon for the midfielder. Never stops running and was unfortunate not to get on the scoresheet early on.

Jed Wallace 7

Never looked like missing from the spot and playing with such confidence. His competitiveness is contagious and the fans feed off it.

Shane Ferguson 7

Doubled up as a second left-back an put in a shift-in in front of Murray Wallace. When he did get forward there was little to aim at such were they camped in their own half for the majority of the game.

Tom Bradshaw 8

Deserved his goal for the tireless running that often came to nothing in the first half. Was marshalled well by Jansson and Jeanvier but never laid down. Didn't deserve to be on a lsoign side.