Extended player ratings: Wolves 2 Saints 2

Last updated : 06 March 2008 By Peattie B

Kelvin Davis (off injured at half time) 6: Had little to do in a very poor first half, but what he did do he did well. Made a couple of good claims from crosses. Went off with an injury sustained from one of two good flying catches.

Jermaine Wright 7: An accomplished performance, again being asked to play out of position at full back. He was always looking to play in Viafara down the right channel and looked assured in defence.

Gregory Vignal 5: From hero to villain! In a word IDIOT! A sending off very similar to that of Martin Petrov for Man City the other week, needless to say the least. Did dispatch his penalty well under pressure putting the ball right in the bottom corner with the keeper diving the correct way.

Andrew Davies 7: Another good commanding performance, we would be lost without him and a great choice by Pearson for the captain's armband. He led by example with his usual strength in the air and on the ground. Was unlucky to see a second half effort go over the bar and was irate at the linesman for Wolves first goal as he thought he was fouled by Ebanks-Blake.

Wayne Thomas 7: A good performance showing grit and strength at the back, made one good interception in particular. Struggled to cope with Ebanks-Blake at times.

Jhon Viafara 7: An industrious performance from the Columbian playing wide on the right. Almost got lucky with a low cross in the first half that Hennessey almost spilt into his own net. Made some good power runs down the right, but often his cross let him down, as he is not a natural winger.

Mario Licka 7: After finally being given a chance in the first team 'Super Mario' is looking to take it with both hands. Despite being on the left of midfield he produced a very good display, in particular showing much better delivery from corners than the Ipswich game, the last of which provided the equaliser.

Inigo Idiakez (off injured after 28mins) 5: Didn't have time to get into the game before departing with an injury. Battled well, had one long range effort fly high over the bar.

Youseff Safri 6: Sat in front of the back four as per usual and was fairly solid. Didn't stand out but put in a good quality shift trying to break up the play in midfield and spread the ball wide.

Marek Saganowski (subbed after 62mins) 5: No end of running and chasing down the ball and lost causes, though he is a shadow of the player we saw in the same fixture last year. Didn't manage an effort on goal and is lacking in confidence.

Stern John 6: Held up the ball and passed it on well as we have come to expect from him. Didn't get much of a sight of goal all night apart from one first half effort that he put well wide.


Jason Euell (on for Idiakez 28) 7: Hopefully his part in this result will give him a much needed boost in confidence. Passing wasn't always up to scratch but he had our best efforts on goal. Forced Hennessey into a fine save down low to his right at 1-0, put another just over and rose majestically to powerfully head home the equaliser deep into stoppage time.

Michael Poke (on for Davis 45) 6: Not a bad performance on his debut after being thrust into the fray at half-time. Flapped at a long ball into his box just after coming on but went onto make a couple of routine saves. Was beaten for power by the first goal and placement by the second.

David McGoldrick (on for Saganowski 62) 6: Showed glimpses of his pace at times and forced the penalty with a strong run into the box. Was a shame to see him having to play right midfield after being reduced to ten men.