Player ratings: Our marks out of 10 after Blackpool's stalemate at Shrewsbury

Ollie Turton did well considering he was playing out of position
Ollie Turton did well considering he was playing out of position
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Blackpool claimed their second point of the new season with a 0-0 draw at Shrewsbury Town this afternoon.

READ MORE: Draw at Shrewsbury was a fair result, says temporary Blackpool boss Terry McPhillips

Here's how Pool's players rated:

Mark Howard - 7

Earned his second clean sheet of the season with a solid display. Stood tall to make a vital stop in the final minute.

Ollie Turton - 6

Did well considering he started the game at left back and ended it in defensive midfield, two positions he’s not normally used to playing in.

Ben Heneghan - 5

Looked off the pace. Constantly outmuscled by Lenell John-Lewis and was caught out of position far too often.

Curtis Tilt - 7

Other than one error which led to a Shrewsbury chance, the centre back delivered a dominant performance.

Paudie O’Connor - 6

Got beat for pace too easily in the full back positions, although through no real fault of his own.

Joe Bunney - 6

Delivered some dangerous balls into the Shrewsbury box having been forced into a more advanced winger’s role.

Jay Spearing - 6

Passing was a little off at times but otherwise it was a trademark committed display from the Blackpool skipper.

Chris Taylor - 5

Appeared to lose his head early on, receiving a booking inside the first five minutes. Ended up being hauled off at half time.

John O’Sullivan - 5

Volleyed over the bar in the first half, but otherwise failed to stamp his authority on the game. Looked a little sloppy in possession at times.

Nathan Delfouneso - 6

Good in spells but never got the opportunity to properly threaten the Shrewsbury defence. Slightly wasteful at times.

Armand Gnanduillet - 6

Had Blackpool’s best chance of the game with his attempted lob, but couldn’t build on his fine midweek display.

SUBS USED

Donervon Daniels - 6

For Taylor, 46

Unfortunate not to start after his impressive debut in the League Cup in midweek. Was solid enough in an unfamiliar right back role.

Jordan Thompson - 6

For O’Connor, 67

Offered creativity in the final third which had been sorely lacking for the opening hour of the game. Set pieces are a threat.

Subs not used: Christoffer Mafoumbi, Harry Pritchard, Fin Sinclair-Smith, Joe Dodoo, Mark Cullen

Shrewsbury: Coleman, Haynes, Sadler, Waterfall, Whalley (Okenabirhie), Grant, Docherty, Bolton, Gilliead, Laurent, John-Lewis (Amadi-Holloway)

Subs not used: Arnold, Beckles, Loft, Barnett, Angol

Referee: Ollie Yates

Attendance: 5,216 (357 Blackpool)

Next match: Coventry City (home, Tuesday, August 21, 7.45pm, SkyBet League One)