Dagenham & Redbridge player ratings: Bingham shines in Shrews loss
PUBLISHED: 14:06 03 November 2014 | UPDATED: 14:06 03 November 2014
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George Sessions provides player ratings following their 2-1 home defeat.
Daggers went ahead through Billy Bingham early strike but Andrew Mangan smashed a sensational equaliser before winning a last minute penalty.
Liam Lawrence stepped up, deep into injury time, and converted into the bottom corner to seal another defeat at Victoria Road.
Mark Cousins (8) – Another excellent performance by the Daggers number one, he made several key saves throughout the game and was unlucky to be on the losing team.
Damian Batt (7) – The summer signing has impressed in recent matches and again did well versus Shrewsbury. Wonderful ball into the box for the opener and defended well.
Scott Doe (6) – Doe was dependable again but shocking allowed Mangan too much space deep into injury time and then pulled forward to the ground. It proved decisive.
Brian Saah (6) –He got himself in a poor position for the equalising goal, first got drawn towards the ball before he let Mangan run off him. It was one of the turning points.
Nathan Green (7) – A decent display by youngster, he should have been tighter with Mangan for equaliser but performed admirably.
Andre Boucaud (6) – He hasn’t rediscovered the form he was showing before being called up for international duty. Sluggish at times and subbed early on in second half.
Billy Bingham (8) – Top performance by the experienced midfielder. He took his goal well and popped up all over the pitch. Man of the match display.
Joss Labadie (7) – Joss returned to the team after injury and started slowly before growing into the game.
George Porter (7) – Winger was a constant threat all match and played part in the first goal. He will rue not playing early pass in final moments of match when Daggers had three against two.
Jamie Cureton (6) – Quiet game for the veteran striker, he battled well but he couldn’t get on the ball as much as he would like.
Ade Yusuff (7) – Several bright moments for the youngster who continues to impress, snatched at a couple of opportunities though.
Matt Partridge, for Boucaud 60. (6) – Hard working display by the midfielder but couldn’t do much to change the way Daggers were playing.
Ashley Chambers, for Cureton 70. (6) – Battled well but couldn’t get on the ball too much.
Rhys Murphy, for Yusuff 75. (6) – Some lovely touches on his return from injury, his class showed despite just a 15-minute cameo.