RATINGS: Substitute Aneke changes Dons' mentality

Dons player ratings in the 4-1 defeat to Bradford City:

Saturday, 7th October 2017, 6:19 pm
Updated Tuesday, 12th December 2017, 1:02 pm
Chuks Aneke

Lee Nicholls - 7 - Pretty faultless for the most part. Wrong-footed for City's second, and left high and dry for the third and fourth goals. Made some important saves to prevent a rugby score.

Dean Lewington - 5 - A difficult afternoon for the entire Dons defence, and the skipper was no more at fault than anyone else.

Scott Wootton - 5 - Won't be happy with conceding twice from set pieces, and probably should have kept with Taylor for the fourth.

Ethan Ebanks-Landell - 6 - Like the rest of the defence, won't be pleased with his performance but pulled once back.

George Williams - 5 - More down the flank than up it.

MATCH REPORT: MK Dons 1-4 Bradford CityEd Upson - 6 - Tried to get things going in midfield, looked good with set pieces.

Gboly Ariyibi - 5 - A very quiet afternoon on the flank.

Aaron Tshibola - 3 - Lasted just five minutes before getting sent off, leaving his side in the mire.

Kieran Agard - 5 - Made little impact in the first half, and was sacrificed for Aneke in the second.

Osman Sow - 6 - A good threat in behind, but found himself isolated a lot.


Chuks Aneke - 7 - Breathed a new lease of life into Dons but couldn't find the net.

Aidan Nesbitt - 5 - Barely got a touch.

Robbie Muirhead - A late substitute who fizzed one just over the bar in stoppage time.

Top Don: Chuks Aneke