‘So Written’ – Lincoln City Player Ratings From 2-0 Victory In Rochdale

'So Written' - Lincoln City Player Ratings From 2-0 Victory In Rochdale

Lincoln City ended within two points of the League One summit with a convincing victory in Rochdale.

Jones Jones and Louis Montz scored goals for Michael Appleton.

Impresses did not perform well in the first half, but thanks to Jones’ excellent finish, which completed the best team move in 38 minutes.

City lifted it in the second half.

Montsma doubled the lead in the eighth goal of the season, passing through long range drive Dale keeper Jay Lynch in the 68th minute.

Here is how we rated the performance of City players:

Alex Palmer: He made a great save in the second half, but could do very little. 7/10

TJ Ioma: Back to the starting lineup, not a single foot slipped. Written as such a young player. 8/10

Joe Walsh: A solid display at the heart of the defense. 7/10

Louis Montz: A Colossus in the back came first on the display with another goal. A goalkeeping error, however, is a good strike. 8/10

Thayo Edoon: The first half saw him take a yellow card. But Jones created a great cross for the goal and improved in the second half. 6/10

Conor McGrandils: Really classy display in midfield. Another credible performance. 7/10

James Jones: Helped City win the midfield battle. 7/10

George Grant: He ran the game and showed his impressive passing performance, nothing more than a build-up to the first goal. 7/10

Harry Anderson: Normal non-stop display from the winger. Made some really dangerous crosses. 7/10

Lincoln City’s Brennan Johnson competes for Rochedale’s Olly Ruthbone

Tom Hopper: Dale, who played a key role in creating space for his teammates, threatened the central defenders. 7/10

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Brennan Johnson: Dale worries whenever the ball arrives with his speed and strategy. 7/10


Anthony Scully (Johnson 73): N / A.

Max Melbourne (on Addon 78): N / A.

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