Derby County mad player ratings results v Watford

Last updated : 04 November 2010 By Rams Mad Editor
The Rams get back to their winning ways in last weeks game against Watford. How did you rate the performances from all the Rams players?

Excellent performances all around the pitch but who stood out as your top of the ratings?

Frank Fielding was top dog in the previous defeat by Millwall but will he fair so well when the Rams dominate for long periods of a game? As you would expect Frank did feature with a high 7.03 rating out of ten for his part in keeping Watford at bay.

Again find of the season John Brayford had a blinding game,scoring the first goal for Derby with a surging run and superb finish,but even that wasn't good enough to take top honour for the defender. He had to settle for second spot with a 8.24 rating.

A little unfairly it may be said, Alberto Bueno polled this games lowest rating. The Spaniard received a miserly 6.20, the only player to score below 7 in this rating session. His below par performance possibly because of an ankle injury he had at the start of play and the fact he was substituted.

The winner of the rating session had to be good and his performance was superb. The Derby County player you rated as top dog with 8.68 out of a possible ten stars, was Tomasz Cywka. His two goal haul and some great work in an attacking midfield role earned him your vote...

The full ratings vs Watford were:

Frank Fielding...7.03
Dean Leacock...7.27
John Brayford...8.24
Shaun Barker...7.55
Dean Moxey...7.46
James Bailey...7.37
Robbie Savage...7.45
Paul Green...7.47
Tomasz Cwyka...8.68
Alberto Bueno...6.20
Kris Commons...7.49

Gareth Roberts...5.77
Shefki Kuqi...7.49
Ben Pringle...6.64

The Rams televised Championship game against Portsmouth is your weekend game at Pride Park. Derby will hope to extend their run of four league wins at home to five games but Portsmouth will provide a tough challenge.
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