Rotherham suffered a record-breaking 28th defeat of the season at Wolves as their horrible season goes from bad to worse.
Andreas Weimann’s first-half goal was the difference between the two sides, with the Millers missing two golden chances to take the lead.
Here’s how the players rated with the chance to add your own.
Lewis Price 7 – Saved a first-half penalty and also made several other good stops as he makes a case to be the Millers number one.
Will Vaulks 6 – Again playing at right-back, Vaulks looked comfortable in that position.
Semi Ajayi 6 – Was at fault for Wolves’ opener and had a few dodgy moments on the ball, but still looks the part.
Aimen Belaid 7 – Kept the watch-through-your-fingers moments to a minimum and was Rotherham’s most accomplished defender.
Joe Mattock 6 – Needlessly gave the penalty away in the first half.
Richie Smallwood 6 – Battled hard in midfield but was sacrificed for more attacking options in the second half.
Anthony Forde 6 – Flitted in and out of the game, though he built on his overall improvement over the last couple of weeks.
Lee Frecklington 6 – Did not impact the game in his usual way, but the Millers are still better with him.
Tom Adeyemi 6 – Threaded two brilliant balls through to Ward, though struggled to impose himself like he normally does.
Joe Newell 5 – As ineffective performance from Rotherham’s most creative player as we can remember. Replaced by Taylor.
Danny Ward 4 – Missed two golden chances to put his side ahead, which ended up costing them dear.
Jerry Yates 6 – Came on and showed some neat touches.
Jon Taylor 7 – Added some pace and energy to the side as Newell’s replacement.
Alex Bray 5 – A late replacement for Forde and could contribute little.
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