DONS RATINGS: Upson keeps it under control

MK Dons' player ratings in the 1-0 win over Peterborough.

Wednesday, 5th October 2016, 4:06 pm
Updated Tuesday, 25th October 2016, 2:37 pm
Ed Upson

Lee Nicholls - 7 - Had little to do really, but when called upon, looked solid and reliable.

Ben Tilney - 7 - Untested by and large at the back, while made some positive runs forward into the attacking mix.

Paul Downing - 7 - Another solid game for the under-fire centre back, and another clean sheet under his belt.

Jack Hendry -7 - Extremely positive debut for Dons, proving he's capable of stepping in when called upon.

George B Williams - 7 - Unspectacular, but romped up and down the flank in Baldock-fashion.

Ed Upson - 8 - Commanded the game, ran it from start to finish. Barely gave it away all night.

Samir Carruthers - 7 - Made some solid tackles, broke up Peterborough's play well while barking orders to the younger members.

Dean Bowditch - 6 - Tested McGee on a number of occasions, probably should have had a goal to his name.

Brandon Thomas-Asante - 8 - Eager to impress, keen to get on the ball and fearles with it. Another excellent showing.

Ben Reeves - 7 - Could have had his second in as many games after seeing a fierce strike saved by McGee. Taken off in the second half to rest him for Sunday.

Kieran Agard - 7 - Took a few pot-shots, and finished well for his goal - his second in as many outings.


Kabongo Tshimanga - 6 - Had little influence as Peterborough woke up with 20 minutes to go.

Giorgio Rasulo - 6 - Had to do better from close range, forcing McGee into a simple save.

Ryan Colclough - Too late to make a difference.

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