YEP Player Ratings

Last updated : 24 January 2016 By Phil Hay


Lewis Cook rides City's Joe Bryan's challenge.  PIC: Tony Johnson

Lewis Cook rides City's Joe Bryan's challenge. PIC: Tony Johnson

Marco Silvestri: Better performance, dealt with any pressure well and did nothing to encourage City 6/10

Scott Wootton: For all the criticism, he has the capacity to be as steady as he was on Saturday 6/10

Giuseppe Bellusci: Not for the first time, Bellusci was as good as anyone else if not better 7/10

Liam Cooper: Looked extremely frustrated at the end of the first half but put the graft in 6/10

Charlie Taylor: He’s gone off the boil slightly but fought a good, even battle with City’s Joe Bryan 6/10

Stuart Dallas: Made the goal by pouncing on Ayling’s poor clearance and driving up the wing7/10

Lewis Cook: After tough first half, he and others finally got on top in periods of the second half 6/10

Luke Murphy: Under the cosh before break, left passing backwards, but better after interval 6/10

Liam Bridcutt: Mixed day. Good moments and strong runs were let down by misplaced passes 5/10

Mustapha Carayol: Very quiet, largely because he hardly got ball. Spent a lot of time trying to win it 5/10

Souleymane Doukara: Ran and ran and took his goal with a sharp finish, exactly when Leeds needed it 7/10

Subs: Chris Wood (for Carayol, 54) Made a difference, assist for goal 7/10

Mirco Antenucci (for Doukara, 86) Few runs, late booking 5/10

Tom Adeyemi (for Murphy, 90) Came on in injury time 5/10

Bristol City: Richard O’Donnell 6, Luke Ayling 5, Aden Flint 6, Nathan Barker 6, Joe Bryan 7, Wes Burns 6, Ben Gladwin 6, Marlon Pack 6, Korey Smith 5, Luke Freeman 7, Jonathan Kodjia 6

Subs: Alex Pearce (Baker, 46) 5, Bobby Reid (Gladwin, 61) 5 Aaron Wilbraham (Pack, 77) 5.

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