Middlesbrough: Reserve Player Ratings
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Tobias Johansen: Was not tested greatly but did everything well - 7.
Ben Mee: Did ok but has to be marked down for his clumsy clearance that led to the own goal - 6.
Ryan McGivern: Again a very accomplished display from the young Northern Ireland international - 7.
Nedum Onuoha: Looked solid in defence in the right back role which show up his distribution limitations - 7.
Clayton McDonald: Like a rock at the back and wears his captain's armband well - 8.
Adam Clayton: Never stopped working to win the ball back and to drive the team forward - MotM 8.
Vladimir Weiss: His second half performance salvaged yet another below par display - 6.
Paul Marshall. A fine goal and some decent runs; but there is still more to come from him I feel - 7.
David Ball: Worked hard up front and scored a good goal but needs to work on his strength a bit - 7.
Ian Daly: Held the ball up reasonably well; but never really got himself involved in the final third - 6.
Ben Morris: Was a late replacement for Donal McDermott and is not a left midfielder/winger despite being left footed - 6
Sub: Javan Vidal. Did not look too comfortable on the ball and allowed more crosses from his side.
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