Yorkshire news Player ratings: Berge class, Ndiaye and Ahmedhodzic also impress in Millwall win PremierLeague-News.Com

PremierLeague-News.Com - The Blades opened their home campaign with a comfortable win against Millwall

Yorkshire news Player ratings: Berge class, Ndiaye and Ahmedhodzic also impress in Millwall win PremierLeague-News.Com

PremierLeague-News.Com - The Blades opened their home campaign with a comfortable win against Millwall

Yorkshire news  Player ratings: Berge class, Ndiaye and Ahmedhodzic also impress in Millwall win PremierLeague-News.Com
06 August 2022 - 16:00

PremierLeague-News.Com - Breaking Sport Transfer News ! Wes Foderingham 6 : A spectator for much of the match and had little to do but gets credit for his assist on the opening goal. George Baldock 7: Really committed display from the Greek international down the right. Gave his all. Had the opportunity to do a bit better when in crossing positions, opting to drill the ball across rather than pick out a man but can be pleased with his effort. Anel Ahmedhodzic 8: Impressive debut. Very comfortable bringing the ball out from the back, striding forward and looking for a pass. Also showed his ability in the air in defensive situations when clearing a corner. Did get beat on one occasion and conceded a free-kick in a dangerous position but came to the rescue when Mason Bennett was clean through and produced a last-ditch tackle. John Egan 7: Looked comfortable and in control the whole game. Benik Afobe never troubled him as much as the Millwall striker would have liked. Did really well to get his head to Scott Malone's goal-bound effort and direct it wide for a corner. Ciaran Clark 6: Much better from the Newcastle loanee. Understandably looked more comfortable on the left than he did at Watford on the right. Nothing spectacular, but steady away.

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. Looked after the ball and strong in the tackle as well. Sander Berge 9: Great composure for the goal, taking the ball in his stride and rounding the keeper. Typical performance going forward but we saw a side to his game the other way today when he sprinted back and tracked his runner all the way into his area and got a crucial interception in. Oliver Norwood 5: Started really well but then got sloppy. Guilty of a couple of misplaced passes and robbed of possession in the second half. Also saw a first half penalty saved but to be fair it was well struck low to the corner but the keeper guessed right. John Fleck 6: Much better from the Scotsman. Kept it simple and reacted well to Cresswell's error to pounce on the loose ball and set up Berge for the second. Iliman Ndiaye 8: This looks like it could be a really big year for the youngster. He looks much sharper and stronger and as though he understands the game more. Held the ball up well in the opening two matches, took his goal well today and put in another impressive shift for the team. Rhian Brewster 6: A welcome return to the starting XI for the striker for the first time since his hamstring injury at Peterborough in January. Did superbly to win the penalty, keeping the ball alive and then drawing the foul from Jake Cooper. Subs: Sharp 6 (Ndiaye, 68) Jebbison 6 (Brewster, 68) Osborn 6 (Fleck, 72)

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