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MK Dons 0 Rotherham 4: Player ratings

Rotherham produced a dream display to beat MK Dons 4-0 and effectively make themselves safe.

It started well after 54 seconds and got even better as the Millers swept the opposition aside in a game they needed to win.

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

Lee Camp 8- Yet another clean sheet by Camp, who produced a fine stop to deny Jake Forster-Caskey's free-kick and started the counter-attack which made the first goal.

Stephen Kelly 8 – Kelly plays and Rotherham don't lose, it's simple. Another assured display by the Irishman.

Kirk Broadfoot 9 – Had Alex Revell in his pocket and then finally broke his duck after over 50 appearances, with a flashing header.

Richard Wood 8 – His partnership with Broadfoot is flourishing and more than played his part with a solid showing.

Joe Mattock 7 – More dependable stuff from the left-back, again contributing to a clean sheet.

Greg Halford 8 – Robbed of the chance to score a second penalty in a week, but put the disappointment behind for another imperious display in the middle of the park.

Grant Ward 8 – Made a fine start to the game by creating the first goal which set up the crucial first goal.

Lee Frecklington 7 – Sad to see the influential midfielder leave the pitch through injury in the first half.

Richie Smallwood 10 – He may have been overshadowed in the last few weeks, but the midfielder regained his form with an outstanding display and capped it off with a glorious goal. We can even forgive that miss from his header.

Matt Derbyshire 8 – Scorer of the importance first and put in another fine display on the left. A real late-season hero.

Leon Best 7 – Scored his fourth goal of the season, but wasn't his most effective display of the season. Still gives the Millers something they haven't had before.

Joe Newell 7 – Delivered a delightful cross for Broadfoot's goal and put in a solid showing which meant Frecklington's absence was not felt.

Danny Ward 8 – Ran MK ragged when he came on in the second half and unlucky not to get on the scoresheet.

Jerome Thomas 7 – Came on at the death.

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