Millwall were left feeling familiar frustrations as they failed to hold onto their half time lead against Reading.

The draw makes it four in a row for the Lions and five without a win. Despite some bright spells, it was the same mistakes, missed chances and lack of creativity that cost Millwall the three points.

Here is how the players rated:

Bartosz Bialkowski – 6

Very little to do for Bart today and he’ll be disappointed to have let Joao’s effort go through his legs.

Ryan Leonard – 4

Probably his worst display since his resurgence under Rowett. He’ll be relieved to have Romeo back fit soon, can’t have enjoyed his time at right back.

Shaun Hutchinson – 6

A quiet day for Millwall’s centre backs. Hutch did well in physical battles but not enough to keep the goal out.

Jake Cooper – 6

An unremarkable day for Cooper. Dealt with Joao and Meite well but didn’t have much to worry about.

Murray Wallace – 6

A typical Murray Wallace display. Solid at the back but offered very little by way of attacking support.

Shaun Williams – 7

Did plenty of good defensive work protecting the back four and even managed to get forward at times. Proving he can still play a role in this team.

Ryan Woods – 6

Kept the play ticking over as usual but couldn’t be as penetrative as he’d like to be.

Jed Wallace – 8

If it isn’t Bialkowski saving the day, then it’s Jed. Another wonderful free kick to add to his collection.

Ben Thompson – 5

Couldn’t build on a good return to the first team on Saturday – sums up his last season or two. Put in plenty of effort as usual but left the pitch with little to show for it.

Scott Malone – 5

Can’t see Malone being much more than a ‘stand-in’ winger. Had good energy in the press but offered little attacking threat.

Troy Parrott – 7

A long wait for his first start and obviously not fully fit but showed glimpses of his potential. Linked play between the midfield and attack well.