Barnsley 0 Bournemouth 4 - player ratings

MIXED NIGHT: Barnsley's Herbie KaneMIXED NIGHT: Barnsley's Herbie Kane
MIXED NIGHT: Barnsley's Herbie Kane
It was a night to forget for Barnsley.

They could have no complaints with their 4-0 trouncing at the hands of Bournemouth.

Here, chief football writer Stuart Rayner looks back on how the Reds performing on a difficult night in the pouring rain at Oakwell.

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Jack Walton – beaten too easily for the third and fourth goals 5

Michael Sollbauer – difficult night dealing with Dominic Solanke and co 6

Michal Helik – a night to forget for the centre-back 4

Mads Andersen – fortunate not to be red-carded 5

Callum Brittain – unable to impose himself on his fellow wing-back 6

Alex Mowatt – showed his qualities in midfield 7

Herbie Kane – showed quality on the ball late in the first half but spoilt it by giving the ball away for the fourth goal 6

Callum Styles – had a poor night by his standards 5

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Victor Adeboyejo – one lovely touch early on but had little impact on either wing 6

Cauley Woodrow – tried his best to drop deep and make things happen 6

Conor Chaplin – some good movement but no one on the end of his deliveries 7


Thomas (for Adeboyejo, 58) – a curling shot wide 6

Frieser (for Chaplin, 58) – big ask for a forward to come on when he did 5

Odour (for Styles, 58) – worked hard 5

Halme (for Helik, 64) – damage limitation job 5

Palmer (for Kane, 82) – N/A.

Not used: Schmidt, Miller, James, Collins.

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