Player ratings vs Bradford City: Spence looked untouchable

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Player ratings against Bradford City:

David Martin - 5 - Largely a spectator, but his howler cost Dons the game.

Dean Lewington - 7 - Part of a brilliant back four, who looked more than comfortable against the City attack.

George Baldock - 8 - The manager questioned his defensive ability in the week and he proved him wrong. An excellent performance cut short by injury.

Antony Kay - 7 - No nonsense from the centre back. Dealt with everything brilliantly.

Jordan Spence - 8 - Marked Aaron McLean out of the game, and ran the game with swagger and confidence.

Stephen Gleeson - 7 - Played in the ‘Potter’ role again, and was central to so much Dons did. Played a vital role at right back in the latter stages.

Dele Alli - 7 - Another excellent showing from the teenager. Put his foot in at crucial times, was on hand to add to the attacks too.

Daniel Powell - 6 - Didn’t add too much as the quietest member of the attacking quartet.

Luke Chadwick - 7 - Looked nearly back to his best. Tricky, with quick feet and eye for good passes.

Ben Reeves - 7 - Buzzed around the midfield in typical fashion. Forced McLaughlin into a couple of good stops in the first half.

Izale McLeod - 7 - A real handful in the first half, but went a bit quiet in the second. Probably should have won a penalty in the opening minutes.


Hall - 6 - Barely touched the ball when he came on.

Odelusi - 6 - Didn’t contribute much with Dons’ desperate late tactics.

Top Don: Jordan Spence