Player ratings Vs Bristol Rovers

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Martin - 8 - made the key saves when it mattered most.

Lewington - 7 - strong in the tackle and didn’t put a foot wrong.

Doumbe - 7 - largely untroubled, but handled to give away the late penalty.

O’Hanlon - 6 - clever headed goal, but earned two foolish bookings and put his side under pressure with 20 minutes to go.

Woodards - 7 - not as much of an attacking threat as in previous weeks, but defended well and bravely threw himself in front of a goal-bound shot.

Gleeson - 7 - another reliable performance from the midfielder, often sitting in behind the rest of the attackers, and distributed well.

Leven - 7 - proving to be a real threat from set-pieces. Full of running and took a few pot-shots at goal.

Guy - 6 - made some bright runs in the first half, but dwindled in the second period.

Chadwick - 6 - saw a shot just wide in the first half, but had little impact on the game as a whole.

Powell - 7 - he keeps getting better. Had the confidence to take men on, and a cool head to double Dons’ lead.

Ibehre - 7 - playing with his back to goal more often than not, he dragged the midfield into the game and laid on a brilliant pass for Powell to score.

Subs: MacKenzie - 6 - filled in when O’Hanlon was sent off, and comfortably cleared his lines several times.

Vine - 6 - shocking miss from three yards would have killed the game off, but still worthy of keeping for another month on loan if possible.

Marsh-Brown - 6 - looks a genuinely exciting prospect.

TOP DON: David Martin - was a spectator for most of the game, but when under pressure in the last 20 minutes the keeper made a string of excellent saves to keep Dons ahead, earning his side all three points.