Emiliano Martinez: 6
Reliant, assured and progressive with his distribution - a solid performance. Wasn’t called into any serious action as the five in front of the Argentinian keeper made sure he didn’t have to make any more wonder saves.
Chris Gunter: 6
Continued his strong return into the starting eleven. A few wayward balls when he made his rare canters forward, but showed his experience and was defensively sound.
Andy Yiadom: 7
Mr Consistency. Whether he plays right back, right wing back or even centre back, you’re always going to get a 7/10 performance from the Ghanaian international. Turning into a fans’ favourite and is surely up there in the running for player of the season.
Matt Miazga: 8
My personal man of the match. A heroic goal line clearance in the first half, and was given the difficult task of playing up against Diedhiou, who didn’t have a sniff all afternoon. Would love this man to stay at least another year, as I would all the loan players to be honest... USA USA USA!
Liam Moore: 7
Our hero, our mate. Always puts his body on the line, and Friday afternoon was no different. Another solid display from the skipper.
Tyler Blackett: 5
Maybe a tad harsh as all of the back five were good as a unit, but he fell asleep for City’s equaliser - which could’ve been the difference between all three points and just one.
Andy Rinomhota: 7
As tenacious as ever, he just loves a tackle this boy. The way he runs forward with the ball is priceless for getting us up the pitch when we play on the counter, another determined performance - with an assist as well.
Lewis Baker: 6
Starting to find his feet now after a slow start. A better player when he’s allowed to dictate the play, but as City had the majority of possession he had to prioritise his defensive duties - which he did impressively.
Ovie Ejaria: 6
Involved in a heavy collision in the first half which he never looked the same after. As comfortable as ever on the ball, replaced by Tom McIntyre after the equaliser.
Mo Barrow: 6
Ran his socks off as ever, and his pace is always going to be a threat on the counter attack. But, not really his day as his best mate Yakou Meite stole the headlines again.
Yakou Meite: 7
Maybe the goalscorer we’ve been crying out for has been waiting in the wings all this time. Another dogged display from the frontman, topped off with yet another goal. He’s now starting to mature as a player, and could turn into a vital player for the future.
Nelson Oliveira: 5
Hungry to get his goal, but just wasn’t his day. Will be looking for one on Monday though, no doubt.
Tom McIntyre: 5
Was solid when he came on, won a few headers. Good experience for the youth product.
Garath McCleary: N/A
Not really on the pitch long enough to make a serious impact, stretched the tiring City defence a couple of times though.
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