Matt Scrafton's player ratings: Ben Heneghan a rare bright spark in Blackpool's defeat to Milton Keynes

Blackpool were given a huge wake-up call today with a 3-0 humbling at home to Milton Keynes.

Saturday, 14th September 2019, 8:52 pm
Blackpool were embarrassed on home turf
Blackpool were embarrassed on home turf

Here's how Pool's players rated:

Not much he could have done about the three goals but needs to be much more commanding of his area.
Distribution was well below-par. Hes a dominant centre half, not someone who should be playing on the right of a three.

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Only player to perform well. Won every header, did the basics of defending well and committed no errors.
Gifted MK their second goal by trodding on the ball for the second home league game running before being hauled off.
Became too predictable with his crossing but had no other options available. Screaming for more support from behind.
A lot more reserved at left wing-back which means there is a reliance on Liam Feeney to produce on the right.
No faulting his effort as usual but the Pool skipper struggled to get to grips with Milton Keynes midfield.
A rare bright spark in the first half where he showed his quality on the ball, but struggled in the second period.
Seems to struggle when playing as a number ten behind a front two. Better when linking up with Nathan Delfouneso.
Should have done better defensively for MKs first goal and struggled to link-up with his strike partner at the other end.
Came close with a couple of chances but his all-round play left a lot to be desired. MK dealt with him well.
For Nuttall, 68 Showed a willingness to get involved and came close to pulling a goal back with a near-post header.
For Tilt, 68 Involved in some good inter-play down the right. Might be an option while Nathan Delfouneso is out injured.