Ratings vs Fulham
David Martin – 7
Couldn’t be blamed for the equaliser, and dealt comfortably with what little else Fulham did
Jordan Spence – 6
Not his best display, and was targeted by Fulham to some degree, but was reliable enough in the full-back position, and provided a good overlap down the right.
Anthony Kay – 7
Looked mostly confident in dealing with Ross McCormack. One or two wobbles here and there, but largely looked calm at the back
Kyle McFadzean – 7
Made a vitally important block to deny McCormack, and was largely cool when dealing with the Fulham attacks.
Dean Lewington – 7
Largely dealt with attacks down his flank with ease. Not his finest display going forward, but very proficient and professional.
Darren Potter – 7
Largely heralded by Robinson as one of the most important men in the Dons’ entire dynamic, and proved it once more with an assured display
Diego Poyet – 8
Remains a keen and consistent performer. May not have been his best display since moving north, but was combative and assertive once more.
Samir Carruthers – 6
Has been improving in recent weeks but was quieter today. Still lively and ran himself into the ground for the team’s cause, plus involved proficiently in the flanks
Dean Bowditch – 8
Perhaps the attacker who looked likeliest to make something happened. Scored a great finish to put the Dons ahead, and had other opportunities to make things happen
Josh Murphy – 7
Lively as ever and gave Fredericks an uncomfortable first 45 that saw him replaced. Faded after, but still a lively source
Nicky Maynard – 6
Held the ball up extremely nicely and showed a great desire to get involved in the play, but given relatively little to work with
Rob Hall – 6
Was unable to really do a lot after replacing Bowditch
Carl Baker – 6
Came on for Carruthers and did look lively in patches, but unable to get the team the three points
Simon Church – 6
Made a late cameo in place of Maynard, but was unable to trouble Joe Lewis
Star man: Diego Poyet