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Cambridge United 1 Colchester United 0: Carl Marston’s player ratings

PUBLISHED: 06:00 03 September 2017

Tom Lapslie, Colchester's man of the match at Cambridge

Tom Lapslie, Colchester's man of the match at Cambridge

2017 Colchester United Football Club

Colchester United writer Carl Marston awards his player ratings following yesterday’s disappointing 1-0 defeat at Cambridge United.

Sam Walker 7

One terrific save to deny Brown

Kane Vincent-Young 6

Bright start, faded a little

Tom Eastman 6

Given tough time by Ikpeazu

Frankie Kent 7

Some timely interceptions

Lewis Kinsella 5

Very uncomfortable 45 minutes

Tom Lapslie 7

U’s most consistent performer

Sean Murray 6

Eager to get on ball, no end product

Drey Wright 5

Flattered to deceive at times

Sammie Szmodics 6

Spurned early chance, not at his best

Kyel Reid 7

U’s best player in first half

Mikael Mandron 5

Isolated up top, missed one chance

COLCHESTER MAN OF THE MATCH: Tom Lapslie

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