Wimbledon Ratings


Jon McLaughlin (7/10): Didn’t have much to do but commanded his box. Excellent distribution started a few quick attacks.

Luke O’Nien (6/10): Gave the ball away a few times but solid defensively.

Jordan Willis (7/10): Good in the air and composed on the ball.

Alim Ozturk (7/10): Some great vision to play some diagonal balls.

Denver Hume (7/10): Looked much more comfortable at full-back in a back 4, although he was sloppy at times.

Grant Leadbitter (6/10): Did the basics well but set pieces were incredibly ineffective today, usually his main asset.

Max Power (5/10): Pretty anonymous before coming off.

Aiden McGeady (7/10): Worked hard and linked well with both Maguire and Hume.

Chris Maguire (9/10): Hat trick hero. Took his first incredibly well, a brilliant chip over the keeper.

Lynden Gooch (6/10): Made some good runs but couldn’t really impact the game.

Charlie Wyke (7/10): Looked quick and sharp but got nothing again from the referee.

Subs

Will Grigg (6/10): Energetic but missed a golden opportunity.

Dylan McGeough (7/10): Saw out the game well.

George Dobson (N/A): Don’t think he touched the ball.

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