Blackburn Rovers v Millwall: Player ratings
11:10am Monday 16th December 2013 in Sport
WHAT were your Blackburn Rovers player ratings for Saturday's 3-2 victory over Millwall?
Rovers reporter Paul Wheelock gives his ratings for the game below.
Paul Wheelock's ratings:
Simon Eastwood 6: Should have done better with Steve Morison’s goal but redeemed himself with a brilliant injury-time stop from the same player.
Adam Henley 6: Could not replicate his outstanding display against QPR but was up against a tricky winger in Martyn Woolford.
Scott Dann 7: Had his hands full with Millwall’s lively front pairing and was unable to help Rovers keep a second straight clean sheet.
Grant Hanley 7: His long ball set-up Jordan Rhodes’ opener and his header led to David Dunn scoring Rovers’ crucial third goal.
Tommy Spurr 8: Kept Liam Feeney quiet and it was from his inviting left-wing cross that Ben Marshall headed Rovers back in front.
Josh King 7: Carried the fight for Rovers in the second half down the left flank after ending the first half up top alongside Rhodes.
Jason Lowe 6: Lee Williamson’s injury meant he had to play a more disciplined role which prevented him from getting forward as much.
Tom Cairney 7: Had a hand in both of Rovers’ second-half goals and forced David Forde into the first save of the match from a free kick.
Chris Taylor 6: Former Millwall man burst into life after a quiet first half, drawing a super save from David Forde after playing a one-two with Marshall.
Ben Marshall 8: Responded to his manager’s pre-match challenge to build on his performance against QPR by scoring his first goal for the club.
Jordan Rhodes 8: Struck a wonderful opener and capped a hard-working display by laying the ball on a plate for Dunn to head home.
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