Mohamed Eisa of Peterborough United puts John Mousinho of Oxford United under pressure. Photo: Joe Dent/theposh.com.

ALAN SWANN’s Peterborough United player ratings from the 1-0 defeat at Oxford

Peterborough United improved on last weekend’s display at Oxford today (August 10), but who was the man-of-the-match in the 1-0 defeat at Oxford United?

A new key this week after those controversial decimal points last weekend. A=Magnificent, B=Very Good, C=Average, D=Poor, E=Stinker.

The goalkeeper had no chance with the goal and very little else to do. Made one strange save with his chest, but got away with it.

1. Christy Pym: C

The goalkeeper had no chance with the goal and very little else to do. Made one strange save with his chest, but got away with it.
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Couldn't get to grips with the lively Fosu in the first-half. Better after the break, one shot on target. Not the quickest.

2. NIall Mason: C-

Couldn't get to grips with the lively Fosu in the first-half. Better after the break, one shot on target. Not the quickest.
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Never looked happy in his 45 minutes on the pitch. Cross for the goal came from his side.

3. Dan Butler: C-

Never looked happy in his 45 minutes on the pitch. Cross for the goal came from his side.
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Largely error-free display against a team who played just one up. Confident on the ball.

4. Frankie Kent: C+

Largely error-free display against a team who played just one up. Confident on the ball.
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