Matt Scrafton's player ratings: Sullay Kaikai shows killer touch as Blackpool fall to Coventry defeat

Blackpool tasted defeat for the first time this season as Callum O'Hare's stoppage-time goal saw Coventry City edge today's game 3-2.

Saturday, 7th September 2019, 10:30 pm
It was late heartache for the Seasiders

Here's how Pool's players rated:

Not much he could have done about any of Coventrys three goals. Badly let down by those in front of him.
Should have done better for Coventrys first goal, which the home side used as momentum to launch their fightback.

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Also involved in the mix-up for Coventrys first. Has a fight on his hands to start ahead of Ben Heneghan next week.
A colossus at the back despite Pool shipping three. Blocked and intercepted everything that came his way.
Defensive game needs improving but he claimed another two assists, taking his tally for the season to seven.
Posed a threat going forward but his final ball was lacking, while he afforded his man too much space at the other end.
Mopped up defensively and recycled possession as weve come to expect, keeping things neat and tidy.
Showed bags of energy and pressed well, but failed to track midfield runners on a couple of occasions.
Produced a killer touch to give Blackpool a two-goal lead to take his tally for the season to four in all competitions.
Missed a golden chance to score in the first half and too often allowed midfielders to drift into areas of open space.
Endured one of his anonymous displays where closing down appeared to be a chore. Worst display of the season.
For Turton, 67 Won his aerial duels and won some key challenges. Likely to start next week against Milton Keynes.
For Gnanduillet, 67 Never looked fit, losing possession on a couple of occasions before hobbling off injured with three minutes remaining.
For Nuttall, 80 Forced to feed off scraps in his short cameo at the end, with minimal time to make an impact on the game.