AFC Wimbledon 0-1 Millwall participant rankings: Murray Wallace sends Lions into FA Cup quarter-finals


Jordan Archer – Might solely watch Joe Pigott’s strike crash the submit within the opening couple of minutes. Shanked two goal-kicks out of the bottom in fast succession and his distribution was typically fairly poor. Made one essential punch within the first half, however not a single save to make all through, regardless of giant spells of possession from the League One aspect – 6

Mahlon Romeo – Gained his battle towards Folivi after which Barcham when he got here on at half time. Crushed too simply after which fouled the latter halfway via the second half and it regarded like he had conceded a penalty, however the linesman’s flag was raised. One other good afternoon for the full-back nonetheless – 7

Alex Pearce – Made his first begin because the third spherical victory over Hull Metropolis in early January. He was dominant within the air, successful just about all of his aerial battles. Appeared composed on the ball as effectively and confirmed all of his management abilities to assist Millwall attain the final eight – 7

Jake Cooper – Like Pearce and Wallace, extraordinarily stable. Got here near doubling Millwall’s lead with a spectacular effort from exterior the field, however it curled narrowly huge – 7

 

Murray Wallace – Produced extra FA Cup heroics by scoring the successful aim, his second within the competitors this time period and his fourth in complete. A rock at left-back, not solely successful his particular person battle, however loads of others. Gained all the pieces completely all the pieces within the air – 8

Shaun Williams – Very sloppy on the ball, most notably within the first half when he surrendered possession with no AFC Wimbledon inside 10-yards of him. A lot better within the second half and stung the palms of Ramsdale with a piledriver from 25-yards – 6

Ryan Leonard – Obtained the help for Wallace’s winner, however that is nearly as good because it obtained. Sloppy in possession and gave one other quite a few foolish free-kicks. Missed a obvious likelihood to make the final 15 minutes rather less nervy as his weak effort was saved by Ramsdale – 6

Shane Ferguson is challenged by Anthony Hartigan (Picture by Marc Atkins/Getty Photos)

 

Jed Wallace – Blazed an early free-kick over when maybe he ought to have crossed. Unable to have a lot affect in an attacking sense till the latter levels when he started to reap the benefits of some drained legs within the AFC Wimbledon defence. Confirmed his class with one glorious run, beating two males earlier than drawing a foul from Barcham – 6

Aiden O’Brien – Extraordinarily quiet afternoon other than one golden likelihood through which he was unable to poke previous Ramsdale from point-blank vary when he ought to have performed higher. Changed quickly after – 5

Shane Ferguson – Set-pieces have been on the cash, creating some good likelihood for his teammates. Produced one key last-ditch deal with on Pigott simply earlier than the break to cease him from pulling the set off and that summed up his hard-working show – 7

Lee Gregory – The opening interval was extraordinarily powerful for Millwall’s talisman, however he got here alive and was on the coronary heart of all the pieces good in an attacking sense within the second half. Created two glorious possibilities for O’Brien and Leonard, however neither have been taken. Then had considered one of his personal, however hesitated and was tackled earlier than glancing a header simply huge with 10 minutes remaining – 7

 

Subs:

Tom Elliott (Aiden O’Brien – 64) – Given a heat welcome by the house followers on his return to Kingsmeadow. By way of on the pitch, he was quiet – 5

Shaun Hutchinson (Lee Gregory – 90) – Changed Gregory in stoppage-time – N/A

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