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Player ratings: How Rotherham United's players performed in 2-2 draw against Scunthorpe United

Rotherham United's Josh Emmanuel (right) and Scunthorpe United's Josh Morris battle for the ball at Glanford Park. Picture: Anthony Devlin/PA
Rotherham United's Josh Emmanuel (right) and Scunthorpe United's Josh Morris battle for the ball at Glanford Park. Picture: Anthony Devlin/PA
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ROTHERHAM UNITED will begin the second leg of their League One play-off semi-final against Scunthorpe United all-square following Saturay's afternoon's 2-2 draw at Glanford Park.

Our man Leon Wobschall was in the press box to give his verdict on how the Millers' performed. Have a look through his marks below and post your own thoughts and observations in the comments section below.

Rotherham United gesture to the fans after their League One playoff semi-final fcirst leg clash against Scunthorpe at Glanford Park. Picture: Anthony Devlin/PA

Rotherham United gesture to the fans after their League One playoff semi-final fcirst leg clash against Scunthorpe at Glanford Park. Picture: Anthony Devlin/PA

Rotherham United

Rodak: Key second-half save to deny Holmes, couldn't prevent McGeehan levelling late on. 7

Emmanuel: Heavily involved in the first half and got forward when he could and supplied the cross which led to United's second. 7

Wood: Caught out a little for the Iron's leveller and copped a first-half booking for hauling back Toney. Regrouped well enough. 6

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Ihiekwe: Moment to forget in diverting Holmes' effort into his own net. Looked hesistant at times and didn't cover himself in glory for the second leveller. 5

Mattock: Beaten by Adelukan in the build-up to the Iron's leveller. But kept going. 6

READ MORE - Match report: Scunthorpe 2 Rotherham 2 - Millers levelled by late Iron equaliser

Vaulks: Won his fair share of challenges and his commitment and energy levels were constant. 6

Williams: Assigned with beating a strong opponent in Clarke, it was not really his day in an offensive sense, but his work ethic was pronounced. Went close late on. 6

Palmer: Busy and bright and kept the Millers ticking over well. 7

Towell: Worked well in the engine room and justified his promotion. 7

Taylor: Showcased danger on the day and struck with a key goal to vindicate Warne's decision to stick with him. 7

Smith: Toiled selflessly against McArdle and Wallace. 6

Substitutes - Newell (Taylor 63): A spectacular introduction with a coolly-taken strike. 8

Ajayi (Towell 72): Brought on to add defensive ballast as the Millers sought to hold onto their precious second-half gain, 6

Forde (Williams 90): 6

Not used: Price, Ball, Purrington, Lavery.

Scunthorpe United: Gilks 6 (Watson 62, 6); Clarke 6, McArdle 7, Wallace 6; Holmes 7, Ojo 7, Yates 6, Townsend 6, Morris 6; Adelakun 6 (McGeehan 75, 7); Toney 7 (Hopper 90, 6). Substitutes unused: Watson, Bishop, Novak, Vermijl, Burgess.