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Rotherham 4 Bolton 0: Player ratings

Rotherham gave everyone a late Christmas present on Boxing Day as they hammered Bolton 4-0 at New York Stadium to move out of the bottom three for the first time since October.

It was a superb second-half showing of attacking intent with all four goals coming in the final 35 minutes of the game.

Here's how the players rated.

Lee Camp 8 – His handling and kicking in swirly conditions was again excellent and produced a superb first-half save to deny Zach Clough a clear chance.

Frazer Richardson 7 – Coming into the side after a long lay-off through illness, he let no one down and was a solid presence at right-back.

Farrend Rawson 7 – Another impressive display from the youngster, who did not put a foot wrong. Keeping him in January is key.

Kirk Broadfoot 8 – Another masterful performance from Broadfoot who dominated Emile Heskey. Marshalled the back four commandingly and is showing his class.

Joe Mattock 7 - After the trial and tribulations of finding a left-back, Mattock's reliability, consistency and assurance is a God-send. Could have added a goal too.

Grant Ward 8 - After a quiet half Ward enhanced his growing reputation in the second half with a 45 minutes of gut-busting energy to get up and down the pitch. He topped it off with a superb goal, firing in from 20 yards.

Richie Smallwood 8 - It's unthinkable to consider that he wasn't in the team in the early stages of Neil Redfearn's reign. Battling, scrapping, breaking up play at its best.

Lee Frecklington 7 - Another one to come good after the break, Frecklington's drive and energy has told a real difference since he came back into the side. 

Tony Andreu 8 - A rare outing for the Norwich loan man resulted in three assists as his clever and astute mind opened Bolton up.

Joe Newell 9 - The left-footer is turning out to be a real key player for the Millers, with his guile, running with the ball and eye for goal hurting Bolton after the break.

Danny Ward 8 - Coming into his own after in the lone striking role, he again led the line superbly and got his reward with his first goal since March.

Jonson Clarke-Harris 7 - Proving himself to be more of an impact player, Clarke-Harris came on threw his weight around and ended up with a goal to show for it.

Paul Green 5 - Coming on in injury time he barely got a touch, but at least he wasn't booed.

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