Dagenham & Redbridge player ratings: Yusuff steals show at Stanley
PUBLISHED: 11:41 12 October 2014 | UPDATED: 11:41 12 October 2014
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George Sessions provides player ratings following the 2-1 victory.
Ade Yusuff scored his first goals for the club after coming on at half time to help Dagenham & Redbridge come from behind to beat Accrington Stanley 2-1 at the Crown Ground.
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Mark Cousins (8) – Made two crucial saves in the second half to keep Daggers in the lead and spared the blushes of team mate Scott Doe. He looks better with each passing match.
Damian Batt (7) – A solid display by the full-back and he tried to support the away sides attacks when he could.
Brian Saah (7) – Experienced defender was impressive and made some useful blocks as Stanley put on some late pressure.
Scott Doe (8) – Outstanding performance from Doe. He seemed to block every shot that came in or head away every cross into the box. Nearly scored an own goal but deserved his luck due to an excellent showing.
Jack Connors (7) – Mixed game for the left-back as although he was at fault for the Stanley goal, he did clear off the line. Solid, except for brief moment that led to opening goal.
Ashley Chambers (6) – A hard working performance from the winger. He fought for every ball and tried to provide inspiration in attack when he could but chances were limited.
Abu Ogogo (7) – A real battling performance from the skipper and his pressing in the second half definitely helped get Daggers into gear.
Joss Labadie (7) – Secured a starting position in the team recently and isn’t going to let go of it. Some crunching challenges throughout and another good display.
Ashley Hemmings (6) – Brightest Daggers spark in the first half but couldn’t get into match much after the interval. Worked hard for the team, though.
Christian Doidge (6) – Another tough match for the young forward. He battled well but couldn’t hold the ball up like Wayne Burnett would have liked.
Jamie Cureton (6) – Quiet game for the striker but he worked hard all afternoon, not given much of a sniff in front of goal but did nearly score with a header.
Ade Yusuff, for Doidge 46. (8) – A man of the match performance from the youngster. His two goals were superb and his showing won the game for Burnett’s team. His introduction helped get Daggers on the front foot and he held the ball up well.
George Porter, for Cureton 68. (6) – Winger worked hard when he was brought on but didn’t get many opportunities on the ball.
Billy Bingham, for Hemmings 87.