Here's how we rated Millwall's players in their 2-2 draw with Wigan.

Bartosz Bialkowski - 6 - Made a few good, important saves, especially to keep out Kieffer Moore in the first half. Joe Garner looked furious when he kept him out in the second.

Mahlon Romeo - 6 - Got turned around by Garner before struggling to get back in time to close down Antonee Robinson for Wigan's second. That was disappointing but he did otherwise close down well and get in the right places to thwart the danger.

Shaun Hutchinson - 7 - His header was too powerful for David Marshall to keep out. Gave away a silly free-kick but, later in the second half, made a crucial intervention after Jamal Lowe's cross crashed off the upright.

Jake Cooper - 6 - Kieffer Moore was up against him, as you would expect, but Cooper looked ready for the physical battle.

Murray Wallace - 5 - Could he have closed Anthony Pilkington down earlier for the first goal? Maybe. By the time he turned around, Pilkington had fired in the first goal. Had to contend with Lowe interchanging wings but got himself involved in the attack.

Jed Wallace - 7 - Teed up Hutchinson really well with the corner. The right side of the pitch seemed the most active part of the pitch, with both teams' full back-winger combinations getting involved.

Jayson Molumby - 6 - An all-around decent showing, both going forward and staying back to defend. Kept play ticking over.

Shaun Williams - 6 - Great cross into Matt Smith for the second equaliser, the type of delivery he lives to get his head on.

Connor Mahoney - 4 - Hooked at half-time and replaced with Matt Smith. Did not have the impact he would have desired.

Ben Thompson - 5 - Not as effective in his role as the man behind the striker this game, Wigan looked comfortable.

Tom Bradshaw - 5 - He didn't have a single shot attempt throughout his 90-minute performance, spending most of it nipping at the heels of Wigan's two centre backs.


Matt Smith - 7

Jiri Skalak - N/A