Ratings: How Rotherham United's players fared against Coventry City

HERE are the Rotherham United ratings from Thursday evening's Championship home game against Coventry City at the AESSEAL New York Stadium.

Rotherham United's Matt Crooks gets ahead of Coventry City's defence in Thursday evening's game. Picture: Jonathan Gawthorpe.

Johansson: Made a couple of huge early saves to prevent the Millers from suffering a nightmare start and another brilliant one before the break. The hosts best player by a distance. 8

Olosunde: Could not dictate going forward and McCallum threatened down his side. 5

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Ihiekwe: Troubled by the movement of Godden and Walker. Handed a half-chance over in first half. 5

Wood: Had it all to do to make sure the Millers didn't buckle amid strong early pressure from Coventry. 6

A MacDonald: Made a key second half clearance to deny Godden. 6

Harding: Da Costa was a flier down his side and posed problems. Conceded the free-kick which led to Coventry's breakthrough. 5

Lindsay: Had his work cut out with James and Kelly first to a lot of things in first half. 5

Wing: Has a goal in his locker and went very close with an angled drive which hit the post. Booked early in the second half. Had as much threat as anyone. 6

Wiles: Popped up and created the odd spot of danger, but not too much. Booked. 5

Crooks: Did not get into the game and was among several home players who were not at full pelt. 5

Smith: Trademark effort, but Coventry's backline were up for the fight. Hard going. 5

Substitutes: Giles (Wiles 60), 5,.

Ladapo (Olosunde 60), 5.

Ogbene (Lindsay 76), 5.

Robertson (Harding 76), 5.

Not used: Blackman, S MacDonald, Hirst, Sadlier, Barlaser.