Peterborough Ratings

Londonccfcfan

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Moore 7
Kane 8
Maatsen 9
Hyam 8.5
McFadzean 8.5
Clarke-Salter 8
Hamer 8
Allen 8.5
O'Hare 7
Waghorn 8
Gyokeres 9

Kelly 6
Walker 7
Spot on Ratings for me.

Maatsen had his best game his big tests wil come, their formation to deal with our wing backs was horrendous.

Kane too had a good game.

For me Hamer and Allen/Ohare simply run all night was men against their boys. That goal Hamer scored started the move as usual in our box! And sprinted 100 yards to score.
 
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Perryccfc

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Moore 9
Kane 8
Fadz 8
Hyam 8
JCS 8
Maatsen 9
Hamer 10
Allen 9
O’Hare 8
Waghorn 8
Gyo 10

Hamer my man of the match, guy is a baller.
 
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slowpoke

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Hamer seems to have cooled his aggression a bit and he’s a better player for it no silly bookings. Not sure how long he needs to go without another yellow to avoid a ban though.
 

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No-one has given any credit to McFadzean for his assist for our first goal, by putting the ball out for a corner to Peterborough!
Great team performance again, where everyone seems to know exactly what their role is, and all work so hard for each other.
 

mmttww

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Moore
7 - on it whenever we needed him
Kane
8 - energy levels off the scale.
Hyam
8 - there's a reason Rose isn't starting
McFadzean
7 - struggled with JCH a bit early on
Clarke-Salter
8 - dominated JCH down his channel
Maatsen
8 - hard to find much fault with him
Hamer
8 - better than I saw vs. Cardiff
Allen
9 - him and O'Hare are a nightmare
O'Hare
8 - needs quicker decisions running at defenders
Waghorn
8 - leads from the front, works so hard
Gyokeres
9 - unbelievable to watch, what a player
 

fernandopartridge

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Hamer seems to have cooled his aggression a bit and he’s a better player for it no silly bookings. Not sure how long he needs to go without another yellow to avoid a ban though.
He's been booked 4 times already, if he carries this on over the season he'll be suspended multiple times
 

Sky Blue Harry H

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Hamer's headed pass to Kane setting up the second goal was sublime. I thought that he was exceptional last night.

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Agreed. I can't recall having seen a better headed pass (punched it with his head to perfection) in my many years of watching us.
 

andrew.roberts

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It's definitely a skill you rarely ever see especially when employed with such power and accuracy.
I think he's proven to those that may have doubted that his headed goal from outside the box last season was anything but a fluke.

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Londonccfcfan

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I'm still in awe of his goal..didn't get enough credit for it. Typified everything about him. From start of move to finish.

Was completely instinctive finish. No time to react...cool as you like left foot finish. Hes so good with both feet. The technique oozed class.
 

Razzle Dazzle Dean Gordon

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Thougt we were very solid overall and Hamer and Gyokores were the real standout players, Kane was a bit poor in the first half but much improved in the second. I do think Waghorn could do with a bit of a confidence boost, felt he could/should have gone for goal on a couple of occasions and didn't. His overall play is good though, absolutely brilliant first touch at times.
 

LastGarrison

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Thought Kane was very good tonight. Decent competition for Dabo.

Jamie Allen man of the match though for me. Was brilliant, especially in the second half. Never bloody stops
I was drawn to Allen Friday night and was watching him even when he didn’t have the ball and he was class. As you say he just didn’t stop.

Was constantly harrying their midfield and when we were in possession always finding space and, as has been mentioned, on the counter him and O’Hare break with such speed and movement and it is so effective as proven by Cardiff having to change their tactics completely second half.

A joy to watch.
 

Brighton Sky Blue

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It's definitely a skill you rarely ever see especially when employed with such power and accuracy.
I think he's proven to those that may have doubted that his headed goal from outside the box last season was anything but a fluke.

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Genuinely think it's better than at least 4 of the ones in this video

 
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