Here’s our player ratings from today’s thrilling draw….
Marko Marosi 6
Will be disappointed to have been beaten from 30 yards by Barry Fuller but redeemed himself with a vital late intervention to stop Navid Nasseri.
Niall Mason 7
Another athletic, adventurous display from the young right back, displaying an excellent level of fitness.
Tom Anderson 5
Generally did okay and won his fair share of headers but blotted his copybook when he was beaten far too easily by Tom Eaves in the build-up to his goal.
Andy Butler 6
A typically determined defensive display up against two physical strikers. He also made his presence felt in the Gills’ box and played his part in first two goals.
Danny Andrew 5
Appears to be lacking a bit of self-belief on the ball. Got himself into some good positions but his final ball let him down a few times.
Ben Whiteman 8
Probed away with some purposeful passing and looked to break into the box at every opportunity. Very good display – and he might have won it late on.
Herbie Kane 5
Picked up a dead leg in the first half and never really got into his stride before making way early in the second period.
Matty Blair 7
Another wholehearted display which saw him use the ball well and run at Gillngham’s back-line. Did really well to set up Wilks for the first equaliser.
Mallik Wilks 7
Grant McCann will be delighted with how he has reacted to being dropped at Rochdale. He was back to being a thorn in the opposition’s side and deserved his goal.
John Marquis 7
Typically workmanlike. Wasted a good one-on-one chance in the first half but made up for it after the break with his tenth of the season. At fault for the Gills’ third goal.
James Coppinger 8
You simply never get tired of watching this man. Classy performance. Found pockets of space and made things happen.
Ali Crawford 6
Busy and tried to be inventive.
Jermaine Anderson 6
Kept things ticking.
Paul Taylor 6
Played with intelligence and deserved the slice of luck for his goal.
Subs not used
Ian Lawlor, Branden Horton, Alfie May, Alfie Beestin