Here is how Millwall's players fared in their victory over Leeds United: 


Bartosz Bialkowski – 6 


Was hardly called upon in the first half. In the second he carried out a couple of routine saves to keep his gloves warm but overall it was an easy day at the office for the Polish keeper. 


Mahlon Romeo – 7 


Linked up well with Wallace down the right-hand side. He should have got himself on the scoresheet with two golden opportunities in each half. 



Shaun Hutchinson – 8 


Back like he never left. He seems fit, sharp and most importantly back to his robust-self after a lengthy period out. Ushers the backline into place and sets a great example. 



Jake Cooper –  7 


Quelled the threat of Patrick Bamford with ease but struggled against Nketiah’s pace at times. Although the defender showcased that he is more than capable of picking out a pass from the backline. 



Murray Wallace – 6 


Was caught napping after the restart which tarnished a good performance from the Scotsman. 



Jed Wallace – 8 


A thorn in Leeds’ backside all afternoon, smashed his penalty into the top corner and gave both fullbacks a headache in the meantime. 



Ben Thompson – 8 


Blossomed in his preferred role as a central attacking midfielder and oozed confidence. The midfielder thinks quickly on his feet and was integral to every Millwall attack. 



Jayson Molumby – 7 


The youngster seems to be still finding his stride, but the indications are there that Millwall have a got themselves a great player with tones of ability. 



Ryan Leonard – 6 


Came off injured after 28 minutes. 



Shan Ferguson – 


What the Northern Irish international lacks in stature he makes up for in skill. Turned Alioski inside out one too many times and assisted Bradshaw with a peach of a cross. 



Tom Bradshaw –  9 


They say hard work pays off and in Bradshaw’s case, they are not wrong. Run the channels and showed us how a lone centre forward should play. His decisively won the penalty and caressed the ball into the back of the net for Millwall’s second. Perfect performance. 





Shaun Williams - 6 


Sat deep and allowed Molumby to do the dirty work. Passed the ball well and carried out some vital tackles.