Barnsley 0 Millwall 0 - Player ratings

Barnsley continued their unbeaten start to the Championship's restart with 0-0 draw against Millwall at Oakwell on Saturday afternoon.

The result makes it four points from six since the resumption of the campaign but it still saw Barnsley drop to the foot of the the table after Luton Town won 1-0 at Swansea City.

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The Tykes are yet to concede in their opening two matches and here is how we rated the performances of the Reds players.

Barnsley's Michael Sollbauer tracks Millwall's Mason Bennett. Picture: Jonathan Gawthorpe.

Jack Walton, 6: Little chance with Ferguson's free-kick which hit the bar, which was a beauty. Tested aerially in the second half especially with Millwall forcing a few corners, but handled it ok.

Michael Sollbauer, 7: A steadying influence and his sound positional sense came to the fore. Has quickly become an important player for the Reds at the back and had one sniff of goal at the other end.

Mads Andersen, 7: Distribution a little mixed early on, but won his fair share as well and cleared his lines sensibly. Assertive and produced one fine saving second-half challenge.

Ben Williams, 6: Conceded a foul in a dangerous position in the first half and had one or two hairy moments. Typically tenacious and committed.

Barnsley's Cauley Woodrow sheilds the ball friom Millwall's Shaun Williams. Picture: Jonathan Gawthorpe

Kilian Ludewig, 6: Little chance to bomb forward in the first period, but showed plenty of energy in his defensive duties. Had a bit more opportunity to stretch his legs on the restart.

Romal Palmer, 6: Struggled to impose himself at times in first period, to be expected with a young professional making his home debut. Work rate could not be faulted.

Alex Mowatt, 7: Attempted to drive Barnsley on and was at the heartbeat as ever. Went close early in the second half.

Marcel Ritzmaier, 5: Will have wanted to be involved more and could have few complaints after making way on the hour.

Barnsley head coach Gerhard Struber. Picture: Jonathan Gawthorpe

Cauley Woodrow, 6: Went closest for the Reds in the opening 45 minutes with a well-struck free-kick. Did not hit the heights he can, but more involved on the restart.

Jacob Brown, 6: Would have craved the ball a bit earlier in order to attack Millwall's big defenders down the sides. Typically strong work-rate.

Elliot Simoes, 5: Quiet and did not receive much change from Millwall's experienced midfield as the game passed him by a touch. A learning curve for the youngster still. Replaced at half-time.

Substitutes: Conor Chaplin (Simoes 45), 6.

Callum Styles (Ritzmaier 60), 6.

Luke Thomas (Woodrow 76), 6.

Not used: Brad Collins, Jordan Williams, Mike Bahre, Patrick Schmidt, Clarke Oduor, Aapo Halme.

Millwall: Bialkowski; Hutchinson, Cooper, M Wallace; Romeo, Molumby (Woods 81), S Williams, Ferguson (Skalak 89); J Wallace (Thompson 89); Bennett (Mahoney 81), Bradshaw (Smith 69). Substitutes unused: Steele, Pearce, Mitchell, Leonard.