W’don Player Ratings

W’don Player Ratings

By Daniel McCallum

Jon McLaughlin (8/10): Did well to save the attempted lob in the first half and went on to make a handful of great stops in the second.

Adam Matthews (6/10): Made a few smart passes, but overall seemed off the pace and lost track of his man a number of times.

Tom Flanagan (6/10): Seemed lost without Baldwin. Too many of his passes were intercepted.

Jimmy Dunne (7/10): Generally, more composed than his centre-half partner. Dealt with balls into the box well.

Reece James (7/10): Our only successful attacking outlet in the first half. Put in a few good crosses for the likes of Wyke, and as always was defensively solid throughout.

Grant Leadbitter (7/10): A brilliant range of passes and set up Aiden McGeady’s goal. However, he was caught in possession and almost cost us twice.

Max Power (6/10): Seemed uncomfortable next to Leadbitter and was unsure of his role at times.

George Honeyman (6/10): Energetic as always, but quiet in his return to the side.

Lewis Morgan (7/10): Perhaps the only bright spark in an otherwise disappointing side. He was full of skills, energy and tracked back well too. Great debut.

Aiden McGeady (6/10): Despite a great finish in the second half, McGeady was very disappointing today. Nothing he tried came off and was lucky not to be substituted before his goal.

Charlie Wyke (4/10): The striker seemed cumbersome and slow up front and gave the ball away far too much. Despite his height he doesn’t actually win much in the air, but that may be because of his isolation up top.


Kazaiah Sterling (6/10): Very quick and energetic. Still raw though.

Luke O’Nien (5/10): Unable to add anything to the attacks and performed better at right-back.

Duncan Watmore (6/10): Gave the side another option up front when defending the lead