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Rotherham 1 Middlesbrough 0: The player ratings

Rotherham made it nine points from nine in their quest for survival as they beat Middlesbrough 1-0 at New York Stadium.

There's no denying that it was a smash-and-grab for Neil Warnock's men, with Lee Frecklington getting the winner after a host of missed Boro chances.

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

Lee Camp 7 – Again produced the goods when required to with a smart stop from Gaston Ramirez in the first half.

Frazer Richardson 6 – Unluckily injured in the 25th minute performing a good piece of defending.

Kirk Broadfoot 9 – A real leader of men, the Scot put in a warrior-like performance to repel Boro.

Richard Wood 8 – Struggled in the first half but rose to the occasion after the break, assisting Broadfoot superbly.

Joe Mattock 7 – Another steady performance from Mattock, who looked after the dangerous Albert Adomah superbly.

Greg Halford 6 – Probably his poorest game since his reintegration, several misplaced passes were followed by a red card.

Lee Frecklington 7– Not Frecklington's best game by any stretch as he was wasteful in possession, but make no mistake, the Millers are a better side with him in it and what a way to end it.

Richie Smallwood 7 – Hamstrung by an early yellow card but Smallwood thrived against his former employees, battling hard throughout.

Jerome Thomas 7 – Tried to be lively on the ball but his lack of fitness showed against a slick and fast Boro.

Matt Derbyshire 7 – Again asked to play out of position for the majority of the game, Derbyshire let no one down, but struggled to make an impact.

Leon Best 6 – Asked to lead the line Best endured a frustrating evening in battle with the Boro back line and received no change from the referee.

Stephen Kelly 7 – Came on for Richardson and slotted into right-back superbly, playing his part in the clean sheet.

Danny Ward 7 – Introduced midway through the second half, Ward contributed superbly with his mobility and hold up play.

Jonson Clarke-Harris 7 – Produced the most decisive action of the game with his foraging down the left to set up the goal.

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