'Unplayable... created so many problems' - Neil Allen's Portsmouth match ratings from 6-1 win against King's Lynn

Check out Neil Allen’s Pompey match ratings from today’s 6-1 thrashing of King’s Lynn in the second round of the FA Cup.

Saturday, 28th November 2020, 5:12 pm
Updated Saturday, 28th November 2020, 5:22 pm
Pompey were in fine goalscoring form against King's Lynn in the FA Cup. Picture: Naomi Baker/Getty Images

With goals aplenty and such a winning margin, there’s no surprises that there’s plenty of seven and eights – and even a nine – in the Blues ranks.

But who, in particular, caught your eye as Pompey booked their place in the third round of the competition?

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Beaten by well-taken goal and made some decent saves either side of the break.

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Always eager to come forward and solid all-round.
Defensively sound and capped by goal and hitting the post.
Set the tone with his early header putting the Blues in the lead.
Magnificent on the overlap down the left and barely stopped. Did superbly to win penalty.
Buzzed around as ever, never letting Lynn settle.
(replaced by Brynn Morris on 66 minutes): Another goal, high quality at that, from man of the moment.
A few shooting opportunities, but focused on retaining possession.
(replaced by Jordy Hiwula on 59 minutes): Created so many problems and unfortunate not to score.
(replaced by John Marquis on 81 minutes): Took plenty of blows and knocks throughout.
Non-leaguers found him in unplayable mood.
(replaced Ronan Curtis on 59 minutes): Announced maiden Pompey goal with a stunning strike.
(replaced Tom Naylor on 66 minutes): Stepped in with minimum of fuss.