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Rotherham 1 Charlton 4: Player ratings

Rotherham reminded everyone just how bad they can be as they slumped to a season's-worst performance against Charlton, who sauntered to a 4-1 win at New York Stadium.

On a day of no positives, the Millers missed the chance to pull away from relegation trouble.

Here's how the players rated, with the chance to add your own.

Lee Camp 6 – Would have been a far heavier defeat but for Camp, who produced a fine save to deny Johnnie Jackson's free-kick.

Shay Facey 5 – Was caught out for Charlton's first goal and offers very little as an attacking threat. Not sure we have seen him pass it forward yet.

Kirk Broadfoot 5 – A rare off-day for Broadfoot whose lack of pace was repeatedly exposed by a fast Charlton side. Poor on the ball as well in a day to forget.

Farrend Rawson 6 – Recalled in the absence of Aimen Belaid and was the dominant presence, performing a number of last-ditch tackles and crucial interceptions.

Joe Mattock 6 – Solid from the left-back, who is the Millers' most reliable player of late, but failed to have the same impact going forward.

Chris Burke 6 – Although a home debut goal gave the Millers parity at 1-1, Burke did not show his best, unable to make use of his experience and skill.

Paul Green 6 – Did not let anybody down but the game passed him by and was also guilty of wasting the ball.

Richie Smallwood 5 – His usual battling self but was particularly poor on the ball.

Joe Newell 5 – A poor afternoon for Newell, whose form has dropped from a few weeks ago. Was as guilty as anyone of wasting the ball and was taken off before the hour.

Grant Ward 5 – If this is Ward's last game of his loan spell then he went out on a low. Continuously gave the ball away, trying to do too much and missed a fine chance to give the Millers the lead at 1-1.

Danny Ward 6 – Played in three positions, but did little of note in any of them. He was unliuc

Luciano Becchio 5 – Brought on at half-time but did not get in the game other than not being able to capitalise on his only chance.

Andrew Shinnie 6 – Showed glimpses of his quality on the ball, but did not have too much of an impact.

Jonson Clarke-Harris 4 – Won a penalty but then skied it and spent the rest of the game trying to make up for it, squandering a number of chances.

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