Bristol news Bristol City player ratings as Robins crash at Coventry City PremierLeague-News.Com

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Bristol news Bristol City player ratings as Robins crash at Coventry City PremierLeague-News.Com

PremierLeague-News.Com - Our City reporter's take from the St Andrew's press box.

Bristol news  Bristol City player ratings as Robins crash at Coventry City PremierLeague-News.Com
05 April 2021 - 16:30

PremierLeague-News.Com - Breaking Sport Transfer News ! Dan Bentley - 6 Brilliant save to tip Godden's shot onto the post but unconvincing on an early long throw and free-kick as Coventry took the lead through Ostigard hooking in. No chance for the penalty however and Danny Simpson - 6 On his first start the full-back had a slow start. Too many balls lumped forward perhaps showed a basic game plan, though a terrific ball released Semenyo to cross low to Wells after half an hour. Cleared well at the back post after an Eccles cross with 20 minutes to go but looked tired towards the end as he sloppily played a pass straight to McCallum. Adrian Mariappa - 6 Struggled to contain the lively Godden, Walker and O'Hare early on and it didn't get much easier although he finished the game having made the most aerial duels and completed as many tackles as any City player (2). Read More Related Articles Bristol City owner Steve Lansdown outlines when Nigel Pearson's future will be resolved Tomas Kalas - 5 Handled the aerial stuff well but made a calamitous error to give away a penalty on Walker and was soon smashed by the forward to compound his bad afternoon soon after. Rare off-game for the skipper. Steven Sessegnon - 4 Smashed too many balls long early on as possession was squandered too easily at times, while a challenge lost under his manager's nose around the hour mark was enough to see him taken off for Rowe. Han-Noah Massengo - 6 Aquitted himself well in the battle for the ball early on, with plenty of bouncing balls to contest in the middle. Over-hit one throughball in the first half however before being inches away from meeting Palmer's cross just before the home side's second. Zak Vyner - 6 A long diagonal released Wells nicely after 30 minutes and the versatile Bristol City man was one of few bright spots for the away side, as he switched to right-back later in the game. Read More Related Articles Steve Lansdown discusses future of Bristol City and reveals he is looking for outside investment Read More Related Articles 'Lazy' Bristol City in limbo as fans wait for Steve Lansdown to make Nigel Pearson decision Adam Nagy - 4 The game bypassed him by early on with City struggling to gain much possession and paid the price as he was hooked at half-time for Lansbury after a largely anonymous showing in the middle. Antoine Semenyo - 6 Looked the most dangerous player for City for large parts, carrying on from Friday, as he ran at McCallum and Pask. One low cross found Massengo and another was almost converted by Wells as the ball was smashed low across the box in the first half.

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. Famara Diedhiou - 5 Picked up a cheap yellow for arguing against referee Eltringham awarding a goal-kick (Diedhiou was right, mind), before flicking on to set up attacks after the break. Changed for Conway as the manager rung the changes. Nahki Wells - 7 A good cross from the left flank combined with some hard work marked his opening half, as well as almost converting a low Semenyo cross just before the break. Poached his ninth league goal of the season to grab a late consolation and set up a nervy finish for the hosts for a few minutes until Gyokeres wrapped the game up. Bristol City top stories Every word from Steve Lansdown Millers loss in focus Women grab a point against Spurs Moments missed at the weekend Substitutions Henri Lansbury (for Nagy, 45') - 5 Replaced the anonymous Hungarian at the break: but didn't offer too much more. Played some passes wide but few tackles made and wasn't able to effect the game. Kasey Palmer (for Mariappa, 55') - 6 Almost found Massengo at the back post before Coventry's vital second. Sam Pearson (for Semenyo, 55') - n/a Won some decent free-kicks as he tasted the intensity of a Championship game again. And kept the ball alive nicely as PAlmer crossed to almost find Massengo late in the game. Tommy Conway (for Diedhiou, 65') - n/a Made his Bristol City debut as he led the line. Won a good free-kick on the edge of the box that palmer couldn't take advantage of. Tommy Rowe (for Sessegnon, 65') - n/a Horror showing as his awful back pass set Coventry on the break, three against two that led to sub Gyokeres sealing the game.

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