David Martin – 7 – Made some vital saves to keep Dons in it, but parried too many shots, gifting Donaldson both goals.
Jon Otsemobor – 7 – Bravely soldiered on late in the second half as he nursed what looked like a groin injury, and defended well on the whole against the potent Forrester.
Dean Lewington – 7 – Largely untroubled. Strong in the tackle, full of running – a typical Lewington performance.
Antony Kay – 7 – Tracked Donaldson well for the most part, and kept close quarters with Trotta. Couldn’t be faulted for any of the goals.
Shaun Williams – 7 – Another cool performance from the defender, hard to put a finger on anything he did wrong.
Angelo Balanta – 6 – Didn’t really get going on either flank. A few misplaced passes and bad touches seemed to get the better of him.
Zeli Ismail – 5 – A rash challenge on Bidwell earned him a booking, and an early seat on the bench as Robinson replaced him with Powell after 25 minutes.
Luke Chadwick – 6 – A rare off-day for the midfielder. Struggled to make an impact on proceedings, Replaced by Smith.
Darren Potter – 6 – Smothered by Douglas, preventing him from pulling the strings in his usual fashion.
Stephen Gleeson – 6 - Was a step ahead of his team-mates in terms of quick one-twos, but took his goal brilliantly.
Ryan Lowe – 6 – Took his goal neatly, and almost added a second early in the second half, but didn’t see much of the ball as Dons sat back.
Daniel Powell – 6 – Like Balanta, didn’t really get started in the game despite his earlier-than-expected appearance.
Alan Smith – 6 – Held the ball up well, but didn’t have much of an effect on play.
Charlie MacDonald – 6 – Barely touched the ball against his former club.
Top Don: Dean Lewington