Neil Allen runs the rule over the players and officials from Pompey’s win at Meadow Lane.
David Forde: Such a reliable figure 7
Gareth Evans: Safe hands from penalty spot 7
Christian Burgess: Martialled defence well 7
Jack Whatmough: Immense upon return 8
Enda Stevens: Regular outlet down the left 7
Michael Doyle: Wanted it so badly 7
Amine Linganzi: Battled away 6
Carl Baker (69 mins Jamal Lowe: Gone into Pompey folklore 9): Prompted well 7
Gary Roberts (62 mins Conor Chaplin: A pest 7): Industrious 7
Kyle Bennett (90 mins Stanley Aborah): Always posed problems 8
Kal Naismith: Once again the architect 8
Subs not used: Liam O’Brien, Tom Davies, Curtis Main, Drew Talbot
Adam Collin: No chance with goals 7
Matt Tootle: Very comfortable 7
Haydn Hollis: Did okay 7
Richard Duffy: Awful mistake for penalty 5
Marc Bola: Rather agricultural 6
Michael O’Connor: (45 mins Mark Yeates: Little impact 5): Injury ended his game 7
Rob Milsom: Kept it tidy
Adam Campbell (75 mins Tahvon Campbell: Chased everything 6): Buzzed around 8
Jorge Grant: Took goal well 8
Elliott Hewitt: Loves a tackle 7
Jon Stead: Always a handful 7
Subs not used: Joe Searson-Smithard, Carl Dickinson, Alan Smith, Jonathan Forte, Josh Clackstone
Attendance; 12,184 (4,366)
Referee; Graham Salisbury (Lancashire) - Handled it well: 7
Man of the Match: Jamal Lowe - Will forever retain a place in Pompey hearts after coming on to seal promotion in a dramatic and wonderful finale.
We Want Him: Adam Campbell - Such a bright and creative player, always looking capable of conjuring something up while on the pitch. Impressive performer.
We Don’t Want Him: Richard Duffy - Gifted Pompey the opener with a ridiculous challenge for the penalty and struggled throughout.
Magic Moment: The sounding of the final whistle – and subsequent pitch invasion by the travelling Pompey army to celebrate promotion.
Their Manager: Kevin Nolan - His side matched Pompey well, but never looked like winning it.