Doncaster Rovers: Player ratings from 4-0 demolition at Luton Town

Doncaster Rovers turned in arguably their worst performance of the season as they were thumped by League One leaders Luton Town.

Monday, 25th March 2019, 10:02 am

Here is how we rated the individual performances on an afternoon to forget.

Marko Marosi 6

Could arguably have done better with the opening goal but helped keep the scoreline down with some smart saves.

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Aaron Lewis 6

Though hampered by an early booking, he got forward well and created Rovers’ best chance.

Paul Downing 6

Though part of a defence that conceded four, Downing did not do a great deal wrong and continued to look commanding.

Andy Butler 6

Like Downing, he maintained a commanding presence while ahead of him Rovers crumbled.

Danny Andrew 5

Toothless going forward and very vulnerable in defence. Failed to slow the impressive threat from Luton on their right flank.

Matty Blair 6

The best of the midfield bunch, racing around in an attempt to close down Luton while showing the best of the attacking intent.

Ali Crawford 5

Looked lost in the deeper lying role, unable to act as the blocker while also showing a lack of composure when in possession.

Tommy Rowe 4

Very poor performance, failing to show his undoubted quality on the ball and completely ineffective as a defensive presence.

Mallik Wilks 3

Arguably his worst performance in a Rovers shirt. After a few failed attempts to impose himself early in the game he was anonymous.

John Marquis 4

Though he lacked service, his performance was flat compared to his usual standards. It needed him to make things for himself but that did not happen.

James Coppinger 5

Showed very small flashes of his quality but he struggled for any sort of time on the ball which meant his influence was minimal.

Subs used

Kieran Sadlier 5

Showed good attacking intent but Rovers saw little of the ball following his introduction.

Tyler Smith 5

His pace and directness provided some threat but did not see enough of the ball.

Lirak Hasani 7

Showed more in his first 17 minutes of senior football than his team mates did throughout the game. Composed and unbowed in a thankless task.

Subs not used

Louis Jones, Tom Anderson, Alfie Beestin, Alfie May.