Crawley Town 1 Macclesfield Town 1: Player ratings

A late, deflected Lewis Young strike earned Crawley a point against relegation threatened Macclesfield Town at the People's Pension Stadium this afternoon. Here's how the players fared.

Morris 6: Rarely troubled in a game of few chances but he couldn't have done anything to stop Macclesfield's opener.

Joe McNerney (right) and Matty Willock. Picture by Steve Robards

Joe McNerney (right) and Matty Willock. Picture by Steve Robards

Francomb 6: Almost created the opener with an excellent cross which landed straight onto the head of Palmer and didn't do too much wrong defensively.

McNerney 6: Untroubled for 90 per cent of the game, but one lack of concentration cost a goal.

Dallison 6: Similar to McNerney. Wasn't required to do much defending but couldn't stop opener.

Young 7: Worked hard and looked a threat on the right hand side. Made the difference with vital equaliser, thanks to a heavy deflection.

Willock 7: Promising display from the Manchester United loanee who was the best player for the hosts. Confident on the ball and looks to be a tricky player. Didn't see as much of the ball in the second half but his substitution came as a surprise with 20 minutes to go.

Bulman 6: Standard assured yet unspectacular performance from the veteran.

Payne 4: Struggled to make an impact and was substituted for Ashley Nathaniel-George after an hour.

Sesay 6: Bright performance and looks an exciting talent. Was on the receiving end of several crunching tackles.

Poleon 4: Worked hard but was largely ineffective. Subbed for Reece Grego-Cox for last 15 minutes.

Palmer 5: Tried to make things happen. Two good opportunities in the first half but couldn't keeper his headers down. Got on the end of a cross yet again early in the second half but again it sailed over the bar.

Subs

Ashley Nathaniel-George 6: Reds looked more of a threat after his introduction but squandered two good opportunities to set up the winner. Massively over-hit a cross when he had several players in the box to aim at.

Panutche Camara 6: Added injection of pace and energy to team looking short of ideas.

Reece Grego-Cox 5: Not a huge amount of time to make an impact but a slightly lighter weighted through ball could have seen Camara in to score a very late winner.