Millwall’s winless run extended to six games as they narrowly lost 1-0 away to Fulham.

A Conor McLaughlin foul inside the box following a corner meant midfielder Oliver Norwood slotted home the only goal of the game in the Lions’ trip west of the capital.

Neil Harris’ men had the occasional chance as the visitors looked strong, with George Saville connecting with the post, but they are still yet to win away from home in the league this season.

Here’s how News Shopper rated Millwall’s players …

Jordan Archer – 6 – Was equal to Kebano when he broke through shortly before half-time and was definitely the highlight of his performance. Had little to do though.

Conor McLaughlin – 6 – Foul on the stroke of half-time let down and otherwise decent showing. Brilliantly recovered to deny Kebano early on, but eventually fell away.

Shaun Hutchinson – 7 – Both him and Cooper were excellent defensively. Strongly protected Archer in goal and hid Rui Fonte all game.

Jake Cooper – 7 – Made just as many crucial tackles and interceptions as his colleague Hutchinson. Particularly a block on the edge of the area in one of Fulham’s many attacks.

James Meredith – 7 – Ojo was a handful, but Meredith held his own through most of it. Did as much as you would expect going into the game.

Shane Ferguson – 6 – His crosses were largely hit and miss, but too inconsistent for chances to be had. Got the better of his marker on occasion but still subdued.

Ryan Tunnicliffe – 8 – A very polished performance, hardly put a foot wrong all game. Had great awareness and kept play ticking over. Millwall’s best player. Man of the match.

George Saville – 6 – Tunnicliffe’s presence at times was critical as he was occasionally found to be out of position. Cracked the post in one of Millwall’s best opportunities.

Fred Onyedinma – 5 – Largely invisible for most of the game and deliveries were often over-hit. Did not provide the direct threat Millwall needed with his pace. Poor performance.

Steve Morison – 6 – Played the role of provider well as Elliott and others benefited from his flick-ons. Had a few chances, but not a lot else.

Tom Elliott – 6 – Dangerous presence up front, as both Odoi and Kalas found it difficult to contain him. Made the most of what he had, but Button was better.


Lee Gregory - 5

Aiden O’Brien - 5