Dons ratings vs Bolton: Williams’ debut is the only positive

MK Dons midfielder, on loan from Crystal Palace, Jonny Williams  during the Sky Bet Championship match between Bolton Wanderers and Milton Keynes Dons at the Macron Stadium, Bolton, England on 23 January 2016. Photo by Simon Davies. PNL-160123-161002006

MK Dons midfielder, on loan from Crystal Palace, Jonny Williams during the Sky Bet Championship match between Bolton Wanderers and Milton Keynes Dons at the Macron Stadium, Bolton, England on 23 January 2016. Photo by Simon Davies. PNL-160123-161002006

0
Have your say

Dons ratings vs Bolton:

David Martin - 5 - Felt he was fouled for the first goal, but came and missed far too many Bolton balls.

Jordan Spence - 4 - Fell over often, and was brushed aside by Wellington Silva far too easily.

Antony Kay - 4 - Looked uneasy next to Joe Walsh.

Joe Walsh - 5 - One of the few half-decent performers. Should have scored early on, but hit the bar.

Dean Lewington -4 - Caught upfield too often in the first half, but was tolerable one-on-one.

Darren Potter - 4 - Barely made an impact.

Jake Forster-Caskey - 6 - Made a nuisance of himself in the first half, but echoed the rest of the team in a poor second.

Samir Carruthers - 4 - Made little difference, though playing wide doesn’t appear to be his forte.

Jonny Williams - 6 - A strong impression on debut, but was withdrawn on the hour.

Josh Murphy - 5 - Pulled Dons back into unlikely contention with his goal, but otherwise looked lost.

Simon Church - 4 - Given nothing, offered nothing either.

Subs: Giorgio Rasulo - 5 - Made no impact.

Dean Bowditch - 5 - Threatened to change things with a lob to no avail.

Daniel Powell - 5 - No impact.

Top Don: Jonny Williams