Crawley Town 2 Colchester United 1: Here's how we rated the Reds

Crawley Town recorded their first League Two victory in five following a 2-1 home win over Colchester United this (Saturday) afternoon.

Saturday, 12th October 2019, 4:54 pm
Updated Saturday, 12th October 2019, 7:27 pm
Crawley Town fans

Here's how we rated each Crawley player, during their 2-1 home win.

Could have done better for the U's goal. Was comfortable when called upon
Pinpoint cross for Bloomfield's goal.
Relatively unruffled at the back. Cool and composed next to Dallison
Always seemed to be in the right place at the right time. Snuffed out more than a few U's attacks. Solid
Couple of good sliding tackles. Good shift from the left back
Played the ball in for Grego-Cox's goal. A physical presence in midfield
Sloppy and prone to dithering in the first half. Much improved in the second
Very quiet game by his standards. Hit the post late on
Fired a shot early on but failed to impose himself. Couple of good darting runs. Replaced by Nathaniel-George on 65 mins
A man possessed in the second half. Scored and frightened the life out of the U's defence. Rightly voted man of the match. Subbed late on
Bullet header late on put the Reds in front. Second goal in two games
Replaced Tarryn Allarakhia on 65 mins. Forced save U's keeper Dean Gerken into a good save from long-range
Replaced the magnificent Grego-Cox in second half stoppage time