Derby County Player Ratings vs Hull City – Here’s how the Rams fared
Florian Josefzoon stuck two minutes from time to seal the deal for Frank Lampard’s men, who led in the first half through a Martyn Waghorn penalty. Eight minutes into the second half, Todd Kane equalised for the hosts, however, it didn’t count for anything in the end.
Derby County Player Ratings
Scott Carson (7)
Was calm and composed throughout the game, made one very good save.
Andre Wisdom (5.5)
Had to be braver on the ball and help the attack but got caught out for Hull City’s equaliser.
Richard Keogh (6.5)
Commanded the backline by dominating the opposition attack. A good performance.
Fikayo Tomori (6.5)
A good partner for Keogh, made two vital blocks in the first half. Was slightly erratic in the second period, but it didn’t cost much.
Scott Malone (6)
A steady performance from Malone, who got forward at times to trouble the Hull defenders.
Craig Bryson (6.5)
A decent display from Bryson, who always tried to impose his authority in the midfield. Was successful on a few occasions as well.
Mason Mount (7.5)
Was denied in the first half, but kept on going in the midfield, creating chances for the Rams. His work rate was outstanding.
Bradley Johnson (6.5)
Ticked the play in the midfield and made an important block when the score was 1-0 in favour of Derby.
Martyn Waghorn (6)
Scored a very good penalty but wasn’t really effective enough to cause trouble.
David Nugent (7)
Was brought down for the Derby penalty and hit the crossbar with a very good header. A hard-working performance.
Florian Josefzoon (8)
Offered threat and pace in wide areas, which caused trouble for the defenders. Scored the winning goal.
Craig Forsyth (Subbed on after 73 mins) (6)
Replaced Malone, who looked a bit tired. Provided the defensive security.
Tom Lawrence (Subbed on after 61 mins) (6)
Came on to add fresh energy in the attack. Did so to good effect at times.
Mason Bennett (Subbed on after 87 mins) (7)
Didn’t have the time to impact the game, however, Bennett was involved in the winning goal.