Andy Naylor and Brian Owen rate the players in the 5-0 thrashing by Bournemouth at the Amex.

MATHEW RYAN 5: Distribution less dependable of late and well off his line when Fraser beat him freakishly with a shot as he slipped. Cut a forlorn figure giving his shirt away in customary post-match acknowledgment of fans.

MARTIN MONTOYA 6: Fraser was a menace down the Spaniard's side, although he was a little unlucky trying to cover on the diminutive Scot's goal, struck over Ryan as he slipped.

SHANE DUFFY 5: Rare game to forget for the hot favourite for player of the season. Some responsibility for the start and end of the opening goal in particular.

LEWIS DUNK 5: Captain was troubled throughout by the pace and movement of Wilson. Got away with a first half error but defensive unit became dishevelled with ten men.

BERNARDO 6: Even the in-form Brazilian was dragged down. Produced a rare highlight with an interception and back-heel to Propper which sparked a first half attack.

YVES BISSOUMA 5: Looked like he might make things happen early on but the promise died and was as culpable as anyone in use of possession..

DALE STEPHENS 6: Part of a passing unit who struggled to pierce the well-organised Cherries – and had to try and stop the tide as they countered.

DAVY PROPPER 5: Provided Albion’s best cross of the match in the first half but was generally among the players who struggled for tempo, ideas and precision in attack.

ANTHONY KNOCKAERT 3: Just when it seemed the afternoon could get no worse, he proved us all wrong. Awful challenge to cap a poor display and rule him out of key fixtures.

FLORIN ANDONE 4: Twice wasted first half openings to get in telling crosses after good movement. Failed to take his opportunity.

JURGEN LOCADIA 5: An ineffective display. Started out wide but it was easy to forget he was even out there.


GLENN MURRAY 5: Put himself about to no avail.

JOSE IZQUIERDO: Needed to produce a miracle, which was an unfair demand, but looked desperately out of touch.