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Player Ratings: Gillingham 0-4 Bolton Wanderers

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The Morais Show

Bradford City v Sunderland - FA Cup Fifth Round Photo by Clive Brunskill/Getty Images

That was good, wasn’t it?

Ben Alnwick - 6

Made a good save but spilled a couple of crosses, and his kicking was shaky. Aside from that, he didn’t have much to do — our defence was a fortress.

Dorian Dervite - 8

He’s done well since his return and looks settled as part of the back three.

David Wheater & Mark Beevers - 9

Nothing got through, around or under them. Rocks. Handy rocks who can play up front. Come the end of the season, will Wheater be our top scorer?

Andrew Taylor - 7

Decent game. In the second half, he was subject to a horrific high-booted challenge and consequently seemed to shrink from the game. Did he pick up a knock?

King Morais - 11

Undoubtedly, a fillip to our goal tally and recent victories. Absolutely top notch. I have no superlatives that can do him justice. I’m sure FedEx are flattered with the comparison.

Josh Vela - 8

Grew into this game and worked well in harrying the opposition with Pratley.

Darren Pratley - 9

He is Mr Energy. We’ve been missing his hilarious tumbles when he overcommits, but we’ve also missed his tenacity, stamina and defensive work.

Derik Osede - 7

Did a job hassling midfielders and spraying the ball up to Le Fondre. Hard to be negative on such a great team performance, but I’m still not sure what his role is.

Adam Le Fondre - 9

We’re seeing the results of his full match fitness coming to fruition. He was worrying defenders all evening: from the first minute ‘til the last. Took his header really well.

Gary Madine - 9

Gave the Gill’s defence a torrid evening. As the game progressed, he won more and more in the air and was unfortunate not to get an assist or two himself.

Subs

Jem Karacan - 5

Mostly lost the ball. Needs time to settle.

Max Clayton - 6

Didn’t see much of him, but worked well to support Le Fondre.

James Henry

Not enough time to make an impact.