How the Preston North End players rated after latest win over Bristol City at Ashton Gate
Callum Robinson scored the only goal of the game as Preston North End extended their remarkable unbeaten run over Bristol City.
Plenty of players impressed in the 1-0 win at Ashton Gate but who was your man of the match? See if you agree with Dave Seddon's player ratings below
Declan Rudd 7
Had a comfortable time on his return to the side. Save-wise was pressed into action just once, tipping Brownhill’s free-kick over the bar.
Tom Clarke 7
Played his part in a solid defensive show which limited Bristol City to one shot on target. Rarely troubled by Desilva down his side of the pitch.
Paul Huntington 8
Helped keep Diedhiou quiet and won plenty in the air when the home side went long. His best display for a while.
Ben Davies 8
Impressed again at the heart of the defence, read the game well and displayed a calmness on the ball when necessary.
Josh Earl 7
Much better display than last week at Ipswich, got to grips with wing-back Hunt and wasn’t afraid to put a foot in.
Ben Pearson 7
A simple and effective performance in the holding midfield role. Broke-up the home side’s play and prompted attacks.
Paul Gallagher 7
No need to volunteer for the gloves this week and instead caught the eye in midfield, showing off a good passing range.
Tom Barkhuizen 7
Showed his pace well, especially in the first half, and had a hand in the winning goal. Interchanged well in the front line.
Daniel Johnson 8
Played the No.10 role and did it very well. Linked play well and his pass to pick out Robinson for the winner was clever.
Callum Robinson 8
In the right spot to net PNE’s goal and that formed part of a hard-working display in which he played on the wing and up front.
STAR MAN: Sean Maguire 8
His best display since he returned from injury. Led several counter-attacks and set the ball rolling for Robinson’s goal with a fine pass. A hard-working, starman display.
Alan Browne 6
Replaced Gallagher in the 74th minute to provide fresh legs. A touch too eager at times, giving away a couple of free-kicks.
Lukas Nmecha 6
Sent on to stretch a tiring home defence for the last seven minutes and did that job well. Had a good run which could have brought a second.