How did Millwall's players fare in their victory against Stoke? 


Bartosz Bialkowski – 6 


Hardly tested all evening but commanded his box well to ensure he collected every cross which Stoke whipped in. 


Murray Wallace – 7 


Not the most mobile of full-backs but he is growing into his new position after every game. Solid performance. 


Shaun Hutchinson – 8 


Gave Lee Gregory a welcoming he would not forget as a clattering tackle in the opening minute reminded the striker that he was in a dog fight all afternoon. 


Jake Cooper – 7 


Easy enough afternoon for him. 


Mahlon Romeo – 8 


An opening down his flank gave him a license to bomb forward and cause all sorts of problems for Stoke. 


Shaun Williams – 6 


Transitioned the ball through the midfield in the first half but as Stoke grew more into the game his relevance to the side diminished as his legs tired. 


Jayson Molumby –  7


His performance was characterised by a 50-yard meaningless sprint to close down Adam Federici which got the crowd off their seats in the second half. 


Shane Ferguson – 6 


Worked hard but a meaningless tackle in the first half cut his afternoon short as a precaution. 


Jed Wallace – 9 

Whether it is on the left, down the middle or on the right he was the nuance that Stoke failed to subdue. His cross for Thompson’s goal was pitch-perfect and he made no mistake from the spot for his own. 


Ben Thompson –  8 

His performances of late have warranted a goal and he got it today as he flourished in that central attacking position all afternoon. 


Tom Bradshaw – 7 

Did not get that elusive fifth consecutive goal he would have wanted but his work for the team never goes unnoticed.