Player Ratings vs Stevenage: Williams shows everyone why he’s Player of the Year

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Ian McLoughlin - 7 - Made up for a couple of early mistakes with two incredible stops to keep Stevenage at bay.

Jon Otsemobor - 7 - Kept things quite down his flank, while added to the attacks strongly.

Mathias Doumbe - 7 - Dealt with everything in his path. Strong end to the season.

Antony Kay - 7 - Silenced Marcus Haber and almost scored one but for a brilliant save.

Shaun Williams - 8 - Fresh from winning Player of the Year, performed well out of position once again,

Stephen Gleeson - 6 - Battled hard in the midfield, forcing Day into a low save from a distance effort.

Darren Potter - 7 - Saw a lot of the ball and spread play well.

Luke Chadwick - 6 - Didn’t really get started or assert his usual influence on the game. Replaced by Ryan Lowe.

Daniel Powell - 6 - Had a strong go in the first half. His first touch seemed to evade him in the second though.

Dean Bowditch - 7 - When he finally got some space out wide, put in an excellent ball for Bamford’s opener.

Patrick Bamford - 7 - Could have done better with an early chance, but a goal was a great way to sign off his season and term with Dons.


Ryan Lowe - 7 - Made a nuisance of himself and scored a real poachers goal for 2-0.

Dele Alli - 6 - Showed signs of what’s to come next season.

Giorgio Rasulo - Forced a top save from Day late on.