Pompey v Burnley: Hot or Not?

Kanu will always be remembered for his Cup-winning heroics in 2008
Kanu will always be remembered for his Cup-winning heroics in 2008
Pompey boss Kenny Jackett. Picture: Joe Pepler

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nPower Champsionship at Fratton Park on Wednesday January 25, 2011.

POMPEY

Jamie Ashdown - Exposed - 6

Joel Ward - Kept going - 5

Greg Halford - Gifted Burnley a goal - 5

Ibrahima Sonko - Troubled at times - 6

Ritchie de Laet - Below par - 5

Liam Lawrence - Off-day - 5

Jonathan Hogg** - Struggled on debut - 5

Hayden Mullins - Dug in - 6

David Nugent - Gave everything - 6

Kanu* - Some good touches - 5

John Utaka - Gave us the only highlight - 7

SUBSTITUTES

Carl Dickinson* (64 mins) - Not bad - 5

Hermann Hreidarsson** (89 mins)

Subs not used: Darryl Flahavan, Nadir Ciftci,

Ricardo Rocha, Tom Kilbey

BURNLEY

Lee Grant - Little action - 6

Tyrone Mears - Really impressed - 8

Michael Duff - Composed presence - 7

Clarke Carlisle - Too comfortable - 7

Daniel Fox - Created opener - 7

Jack Cork - Tireless worker - 7

Dean Marney - Match-winner bossed everything - 7

Wade Elliott - Excellent delivery - 7

Chris Eagles** - So bright - 8

Jay Rodriguez - Caused problems - 8

Steven Thompson* - Ran hard - 7

SUBSTITUTES

Chris Iwelumo* (87 mins)

Graham Alexander** (90 mins)

Subs not used: Brian Jensen, David Edgar, Andre Bikey, Ross Wallace, Brian Easton

STAR MAN: John Utaka

Provided the only moment of cheer with his goal on an otherwise dreadful night for Pompey.

MAGIC MOMENT:

The final whistle putting Pompey – and the fans – out of their misery.

LET’S ‘AVE HIM: Tyrone Mears

Shone in defence and attack for the visitors as his reputation continues to grow

HE’S ALL YOURS: Lee Grant

Did nothing – but only because of the poor opposition on show

THE BOSS: Eddie Howe

His side dominated and ran out comfortable and deserved winners

MAN IN THE MIDDLE: Stuart Attwell (Nuneaton)

Did okay - 6