How Preston North End's players rated in 1-1 draw with Bristol City - Dave Seddon's marks out of 10

Daniel Johnson was on target as Preston extended their unbeaten run to nine games with a 1-1 draw against Bristol City on Saturday.

Saturday, 2nd March 2019, 9:00 pm
Updated Saturday, 2nd March 2019, 10:02 pm
Andrew Hughes was PNE's standout player against Bristol City

Who was your man of the match? See if you agree with Dave Seddon's marks out of 10

Made a fine save from Semenyo late in the game, otherwise was well protected by his team-mates. No chance with the goal.
Returned at right-back after a one-game absence with injury and put in a very decent performance.

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Handled Diedhiou well in the first half but had more to do after the break when Semenyo joined the attack.
Assured at the heart of the defence, there were times when he was so calm under pressure.
Strong performance from the left-back, gave PNE an attacking threat down that side and his defending was very good.
Solid in the holding role, won his fair share of challenges and kept the ball moving when he could.
Played tucked-in on the right side of midfield and didnt quite have the influence he had in previous games.
Worked hard in a congested midfield and it was only later that he got room to play. Inches away from winning it right at the end.
Tidy finish for the goal, sweeping a first-time shot into the roof of the net. Set-up a chance for Barkhuizen later in the game.
Part of a narrow midfield and did his best to try and find room to play. Set-up the goal for Johnson with a free-kick.
Led the attack and worked hard but got little joy at the end of it. Fitness improving with every game, this another 90 minutes under his belt.
PNEs first sub of the game, coming on for Gallagher. Set up Brownes late chance.
Bundle of energy when he came on, one run taking him through the Bristol City half.
Played the last few minutes as North End pushed for the winner.