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Rotherham 2 Brighton 0: Player ratings

Rotherham's impressive home form continued as they Brighton were beaten at home for the first time, the Millers winning 2-0.

It was a superb performance from Neil Redfearn's side, with players all over the pitch putting in a fine shift.

Here are the player ratings and your chance to add your own.

Lee Camp 7 – Another impressive display from the goalkeeper, who handled the ball well and made some important save.

Shay Facey 6 – Solid in the first half but came under pressure in the second half and was poor in possession, giving the ball away in dangerous positions.

Kirk Broadfoot 9 – A man-mountain, a warrior, a gladiator, a hero. Won everything, headed everything, marshalled everything and played out of defence superbly.

Aimen Belaid 8 – A trusty sidekick to Broadfoot, Belaid looks the real deal on this showing. Strong in the air and quick to the ball.

Joe Mattock 7 – Mr Dependable, Mattock is in a fine run of form and it continued here. Solid at the back and an outlet going forward.

Grant Ward 7 – Ward is fast becoming an important player for the Millers and he was their biggest attacking threat of the evening.

Richie Smallwood 7 – Battling like he always does. The Millers are so much better when he is playing well.

Paul Green 7 – Continuing his comeback after that Ipswich game, Green was solid in the midfield, using the ball well and helping out at both ends.

Joe Newell 6 – A quiet game by his standards and was starved of possession which is a shame because he looked dangerous when he did get it.

Matt Derbyshire 7 – On his first start since early November, it was a usual bustling display from Derbyshire, who was rewarded with a late goal.

Danny Ward 8 – Becoming very accomplished at leading the line, especially at home, he gives the Millers an outlet and he also brought his shooting boots, scoring the vital goal.

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