Mansfield Town player ratings: How Martin Shaw rated the Stags in 3-1 win against Notts County
Mansfield Town pundit Martin Shaw has give us his player ratings for the Stags side who defeated leaders Notts County 3-1 in a thrilling derby win on Saturday.
Two-goal Danny Rose caught Martin’s eye with a man-of-the-match rating, but do you agree?
Rose ecstatic after double helps sink Notts CountySteve Evans post-match reactionKevin Nolan praises StagsMartin Shaw’s player ratings:
Logan 6 - Got a hand on the free kick for the goal but didn’t keep it put. Didn’t have any other shots to save. One punch away from a free kick.
Anderson 8 - Impressed hugely stepping in at right back. One fine block on a shot to deflect it over the bar. One particularly good cross.
Pearce 8 - Very good game, winning almost everything. At the other end, should have scored with a header and set up a good chance for Hemmings.
Mirfin 8 - Important clearance off the line. Solid game. A couple of minor mistakes.
Hunt 7 - Solid at left back and warranting his place ahead of Benning for his defending. One fine block on a shot to deflect it over the bar.
Potter 7 - Had started the game well, but had to go off with an injury on 33 minutes.
Atkinson 7 - Workmanlike performance as Mansfield had more bite in midfield.
Butcher 7 - Very solid game, especially in the second half putting his foot on the ball, playing simple passes, and getting stuck in.
MacDonald 7.5 - Fine game on the left though should have scored near the end, and was denied by a great save from his free kick in the first half. Some good set pieces.
Hemmings 7 - Worked tirelessly and was unlucky that the second goal wasn’t his. Missed two good chances in the first half.
Rose 9 - Quite outstanding. Scored two, then his cross resulted in the third goal, also set up a great chance for MacDonald with a fabulous touch.
Sub Sterling-James (for Potter, 33 mins) 7 - Fine cross for the second goal. Slotted in well in place of Potter on the right.
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