How they rated

Western Mail - - 2 -

NEIL ETHERIDGE

Didn’t have a mas­sive amount to do, but did well when called upon. The save to deny Mounie in the first half was a par­tic­u­lar high­light.

BRUNO MANGA

Plenty of ef­fort and he ac­tu­ally made some de­cent runs go­ing for­ward, but a con­se­quence of that was that he found him­self out of po­si­tion too of­ten. Still looks un­con­vinc­ing as a full-back

SOL BAMBA

Looked a lit­tle slug­gish in truth, and got sucked in by the Hud­der­s­field front line far too of­ten. Made some de­cent in­ter­ven­tions but this was a pretty av­er­age per­for­mance.

SEAN MOR­RI­SON (C)

His air kick at the far post from close range in the first half more or less summed up his af­ter­noon. The skip­per looked wor­ry­ingly below par on the day.

JOE BEN­NETT

Did well on his re­turn to the side, al­though he was per­haps a lit­tle lucky not to have given away a penalty dur­ing THAT mo­ment late on.

ARON GUN­NARS­SON

Showed signs of be­ing the mid­field en­forcer we all know and love, but some poor touches meant that, on the whole, this was a rather scrappy per­for­mance.

VIC­TOR CA­MA­RASA

A frus­trat­ing af­ter­noon for the Spaniard, who laboured to find his best form be­fore un­for­tu­nately limp­ing off with an in­jury.

NATHANIEL MEN­DEZ-LAING

Looked very bright early on and did well to shake off Chris Schindler’s aw­ful early tackle to re­main a threat on the right-hand side. Looked lively all af­ter­noon.

JU­NIOR HOI­LETT

A de­cent per­for­mance from the Cana­dian, who should have been awarded a penalty after be­ing fouled by Florent Hadergjonaj in the first half.

CAL­LUM PATER­SON

Can’t fault his ef­fort, but this was a largely anony­mous per­for­mance from the stand-in striker.

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