Here’s how the Millwall players rated in their 2-2 draw with Cardiff City.

Bartosz Bialkowski 9

Quickly becoming a fans favourite. Couldn’t do much for the first two goals but made smart stops from Hoilett and Ward at 1-0 down including a vital save moments before Bradshaw’s equaliser. So confident under the high-ball too. If this was Neil Harris’s last signing what a gift he left between he sticks.

Mahlon Romeo 6

Got forward enough but lacked a little quality in delivery. Given a torrid time by the tricky Hoilett and down Millwall’s right was where a lot of the danger came from. A sigh of relief was heard when Hoilett was replaced through injury and the right back dealt with the threat of Josh Murphy far more aptly.

Shaun Hutchinson 7

Made a vital interception at the start of the second half and cut out any aerial threat Cardiff possessed. Could’ve got out a little quicker to Hoilett for the second goal, but take nothing away from the finish.

Jake Cooper 7

On the ground he dealt well with the nifty Danny Ward, stepping in and intercepting on a number of occasions. Looked good playing out f the back, finding his man each time.

Murray Wallace 7

Caught out for the opener which he knows he could’ve done better with. Going forward he supported Jed Wallace well and provided a good outlet when the attacker cut inside. Sturdy game.

Shaun Williams 7

Goes unnoticed in the middle of the park but ticks things along nicely. When City attacked he sat deep, almost like a central defender before picking up the intercept. Battled well amongst a highly physical Cardiff side.

Ben Thompson 7

Couldn’t compete with the physical nature of Ralls and Pack in the Cardiff midfield but he’s not afraid to put it about. Always looks threatening going forward and his close control is something that sets shim apart from most.

Aiden O’Brien 6

Started brightly but faded after the opener. Made a number of lung-busting runs that created space for those in-front of him, which sadly quite often came to nothing. Ran his socks off.

Jed Wallace 7

Electric pace and you wonder if it’s utilised best on the wing and not behind or as a second striker. Often he finds himself running from deep towards an already organised back-line. Not his best game but his value to this side with his blistering speed and determination is priceless.

Matt Smith 7

Made a nuisance of himself and kept Morrison and Flint on their guard for the entirety. Provided some neat touches, (with his feet), that on another day Wallace and Bradsahw would’ve read. Went close with a couple of half-chances.

Tom Bradshaw 9

A man playing with real confidence. Lee Gregory’s shoes were always going to be big to fill but with five goals in his last four outings, the forward is flying. You feel he’s going to score with every opportunity.


Jon Dadi Bodvarsson 8- held the ball up and offered a little more pace than Smith. Great touch for the second equaliser.