LINK Sport’s Sam Morshead casts an eye over the individual performances of Swindon Town’s players during their 2-1 victory at Leyton Orient this afternoon.
Wes Foderingham: Didn’t see too much action early on but made a couple of critical stops late in the game. 7
Jack Stephens: Another rock solid display from the Southampton loanee. Tidied up when he needed to tidy up, broke forward with swagger. 7
Nathan Thompson: Another composed, stylish effort in the sweeper position from the Swindon captain. It’s starting to look like the position was made for him. 8
Jordan Turnbull: After an uncomfortable first half, Turnbull was more efficient in possession in the second. 6
Nathan Byrne: Terrorised his markers down the right with a series of nimble runs. Took his goal with aplomb. 8
Massimo Luongo: This was something close to Luongo’s best. Cool in midfield, keeping the game ticking over nicely, he formed a devastating partnership with Byrne. 8
Yaser Kasim: Not quite as effective as Luongo going forward but very cool in defence – in and out of possession. 7
Louis Thompson: Acted more as an enforcer than anything else. Neat and tidy without ever being scintillating. 7
Amari’i Bell: Very good with ball at feet, beating his marker on a number of occasions and coming close to opening his account for the club. 8
Michael Smith: Worked his socks off, as he always does, held the ball up well and had a major part to play in both goals. 8
Andy Williams: Ran the channels well and showed a terrific first touch but couldn’t find his fifth goal in as many games. 7
Jake Reeves (for Williams, 86): Not much time to make an impression. 6
Subs not used: Ty Belford, Jack Barthram, Brad Smith, Anton Rodgers, Connor Waldon, George Barker.