PLAYER VERDICTS: Goalkeeper saves the day for Peterborough United
Peterborough United goalkeeper Jonathan Bond saved the day at Woking today (December 3).
Bond saved a first-half penalty as Posh drew 1-1 at National League Woking in the second round of the FA Cup.
Posh goalscorer Ryan Tafazolli also played well, but there were too many off colour displays.
Jonathan Bond: He enabled Posh to escape an embarrassing FA Cup exit with a fine penalty save and a terrific double stop late on 8
Alex Penny; He’s a trier, but he’s finding first-team football very tough. Too easily beaten on the outside, gave away a penalty, a struggle throughout 4
Andrew Hughes: He was solid defensively until miskicking in his area just before Woking scored. No threat going forward 5.5
Ryan Tafazolli: He was strong and committed and a shame he had a hand in the equaliser with a lazy clearance. Scored though and one of four who did themselves justice 8
Steven Taylor: He stood his ground well on the edge of the area. Not his fault that the ball kept coming back 7
Chris Forrester: He was neat and tidy in possession and defended well when required. The best of the forward players which isn’t saying a lot 6.5
Anthony Grant: Even the all action skipper was off his game. Looked sluggish and struggled to retain possession 5
Gwion Edwards: Only a couple of promising bursts forward. Woking dealt with his threat well. Disappointing 4.5
Marcus Maddison: Set the goal up, but weak in open play. Never found the space in which to operate dangerously 5
Leo Da Silva Lopes: Poor display on the ball. He found some good positions, but his decision-making was bad 4.5
Jack Marriott: Never at the races, cautioned for a very poor challenge 4
Jack Baldwin: (for Edwards, 84 mins).
Conor O’Malley: (not used).
Danny Lloyd: (not used).
Jermaine Anderson: (not used).
Michael Doughty: (not used).
Idris Kanu: (not used).
Ricky Miller: (not used).