How they rated

Wales On Sunday - - SPORT -

ERWIN MULDER

Didn’t ac­tu­ally do an aw­ful lot wrong. Kept his head when oth­ers com­pletely lost theirs.

CAMERON CARTER-VICK­ERS

One of many to im­prove af­ter the break, but his mis­take threat­ened to set the tone for the rest of the af­ter­noon.

CIAN HAR­RIES

Plenty of ef­fort, but he too looked a lit­tle lost at times be­fore be­ing subbed.

WAYNE ROUT­LEDGE

Im­proved in the sec­ond half, but showed lit­tle to con­vince his crit­ics that he’s got what it takes to play at wing back.

MATT GRIMES

Set­tled into the game af­ter the break, but was guilty of be­ing found want­ing in pos­ses­sion at times. Did put in some ex­cel­lent de­liv­er­ies, though.

JAY FUL­TON

Aw­ful in the first half, but im­proved dra­mat­i­cally af­ter the break, where he dis­cov­ered the steel in the mid­dle of the park that was so sorely lack­ing be­fore half-time.

DAN JAMES

Was one of the few play­ers to emerge with credit from the first half. Made a num­ber of prob­ing runs out wide and looked a threat all af­ter­noon.

BER­SANT CELINA

Took a lit­tle while to get go­ing, but once he did he bossed the mid­field. Also pro­duced some ex­cel­lent de­liv­er­ies.

OLI MCBURNIE

Had very lit­tle joy up front, but to his credit he worked his socks off all af­ter­noon, and made sure he was a pain for Wi­gan’s de­fence.

COURT­NEY BAKER-RICHARD­SON

A very quiet per­for­mance, didn’t seem to re­ally con­nect with McBurnie in the fi­nal third, but you can’t fault his ef­fort.

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