Dons ratings vs Birmingham City
David Martin - 6 - Didn’t have much to do, but was beaten twice.
Dean Lewington - 6 - Had little effect on the game, either defensively nor in the attacking third.
Kyle McFadzean - 7 - Was on the ball a lot, but ran the risk by bordering just on the other side of the law at times.
Antony Kay - 6 - Didn’t look comfortable dealing with Donaldson.
Jordan Spence - 6 - Hobbled off before half time.
Diego Poyet - 6 - Looked busy all over the field.
Darren Potter - 7 - A part of everything, but there was no real spark.
Samir Carruthers - 5 - Made a few positive moves, but his end product is lacking.
Rob Hall - 5 - Looked lively, needed to do better when pulling the trigger.
Dean Bowditch - 5 - Wasn’t on the ball enough to really change the way of the game.
Sam Gallagher - 7 - Tried, tried, tried but had little in the way of support. Created a great move early on, but it was wasted by Hall.
Lee Hodson - 7 - Up and down the pitch all afternoon as an early change for Spence.
Carl Baker - 6 - Only really came to the fore when Dons were two down.
Josh Murphy - 6 - Not much he could have done.
Top Don: Darren Potter