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PLAYER RATINGS: Huddersfield Town v Blackburn Rovers

Lancashire Telegraph: Jordan Rhodes got nine out of 10 Jordan Rhodes got nine out of 10

BLACKBURN Rovers reporter Paul Wheelock gives his player ratings for the 4-2 triumph at Huddersfield Town.

Who was your man of the match? Have your say using the comment facility below.

Paul Robinson 7: Made a crucial save from Nakhi Wells when Rovers led 2-1 and could do little about the two goals he conceded.

Jason Lowe 7: Playing out of position at right-back, his afternoon ended early after he became the latest Rovers player to injure an ankle.

Michael Keane 8: Played his part in Rovers’ opener and set up Craig Conway to score the third. He also made vital clearances and blocks.

Matt Kilgallon 8: Beaten by Wells for the goal which gave Huddersfield hope, the fit-again centre-back was otherwise a defensive rock.

Tommy Spurr 7: Solid at the back and a threat from set-pieces, the left-back twice went close with headers in the first half.

Corry Evans 7: Got better and better as the game wore on, it is clear the key midfielder is getting closer to full match sharpness.

Lee Williamson 7: Summed up Rovers’ desire when his superb pressing led to Jordan Rhodes completing his hat-trick and killing the contest.

Craig Conway 9: The winger continued his impressive form one by creating Rhodes’ crucial second goal before getting on the scoresheet himself.

David Dunn 7: Kept the ball well. Rovers have won 10 and lost just four of the last 20 league Championship games he has started.

Rudy Gestede 7: Given the all clear after being knocked unconscious, the big striker made Rovers’ opener before his injury scare.

Jordan Rhodes 9: The stand-in skipper showed his former club no mercy as he scored the second hat-trick of his Rovers career.

Man of the match: Jordan Rhodes - How can you not give it to the hat-trick hero? But Rovers’ 20-goal top scorer was pushed all the way by Craig Conway.

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3:12pm Mon 17 Mar 14

MxMave says...

I think you've got the Killgallon statement wrong. It was Michael Keane who was naively turned by nakhi wells for their second goal. Killa was solid and actually provides quite a bit in the way of 'killa' forward passes.
I think you've got the Killgallon statement wrong. It was Michael Keane who was naively turned by nakhi wells for their second goal. Killa was solid and actually provides quite a bit in the way of 'killa' forward passes. MxMave
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