Clarets v Millwall: How they rated
7:56am Monday 10th February 2014 in Sport
CHRIS FLANAGAN rates the Clarets players in the win over Millwall...
Tom Heaton 7
Had no chance with the goal and did well to tip Fredericks’ deflected cross on to the bar in the second half.
Kieran Trippier 9
Such a valuable attacking outlet yet again. Provided the pass that set up both of Ings’ goals.
Michael Duff 8
Generally defended well and brought the ball out of defence on a couple of occasions too.
Jason Shackell 8
Solid as a rock in the centre of defence. Ian Holloway conceded that Millwall could not win a header against him.
Ben Mee 7
Got forward as often as he could from left back in a typically whole-hearted display.
Michael Kightly 8
Some really bright moments from the wide man, who came close to scoring in the second half.
Dean Marney 9
Seemed to be everywhere right from the very start of the game, and marked a fine performance with a brilliant goal.
David Jones 9
Just never gave the ball away in central midfield. Isn’t always flash but doesn’t need to be, others can do that job.
Scott Arfield 8
Some real moments of inspiration, including a smart nutmeg and the assist for Marney’s goal.
Danny Ings 9
The only blot on his copybook was the missed penalty. Otherwise outstanding, turning Millwall inside out and scoring twice.
Sam Vokes 8
The windy conditions meant this game was always more suited to Ings, but still more than played his part with smart link-up play.
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