Matt Scrafton's player ratings: Curtis Tilt answers critics in Blackpool's last-gasp win at Doncaster Rovers

Blackpool got back to winning ways last night with a last-gasp 1-0 win at Doncaster Rovers thanks to Armand Gnanduillet's stoppage-time header.

Wednesday, 18th September 2019, 2:48 am
The Seasiders got back to winning ways at the Keepmoat last night

Here's how Pool's players rated:

Played his part by producing a couple of crucial saves to help the Seasiders keep their third clean sheet of the season
Threw his body on the line alongside his centre-back partners to help Blackpool earn another shutout.

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Didnt put a foot wrong all game. Aerially dominant once again and tidied up any loose balls with minimum fuss.
Made up for his mistake at the weekend with a commanding display, saving a certain goal with a brilliant goalline clearance.
A bit more reserved than usual but had an impact once again, setting up Armand Gnanduillets late winner.
A bit hot-headed at times but the wing-back defended well against the pace and trickery of Doncasters forward men.
Commanded the midfield with his calmness on the ball and broke up play time and time again.
Looked a little rusty at first but soon grew into the game, adding a different dimension to Pools midfield.
Demonstrated his quality on the ball in a more advanced midfielders role. Just needs to add that end product.
Showed good hold-up play and movement but ought to have taken his chance when it came his way in the second half.
Still things to be improved upon but a much improved display from the striker who looked better alongside Ryan Hardie.
For Nuttall, 74 Put Doncasters backline on the back foot but gave the ball away on a couple of occasions. Unfortunate to be dropped.
For Hardie, 74 Started and ended the flowing move that won Blackpool the game as he notched for the sixth time this season.
For Virtue, 86 Brought on at the death to add some fresh legs to Pools midfield and did what was required to keep Doncaster at bay.