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Forest Green v Lincoln City player ratings: Savage below par; Godwin-Malife catches the eye


Jordan Garrick’s second-half strike earned bottom of the table Forest Green a point in a 1-1 home draw against in-form Lincoln City.

Earlier, Ben House had shocked Rovers to open the scoring with a side-footed volley after just four minutes. However, Swansea City loanee grabbed a share of the spoils when bagging his third goal for Forest Green in the 58th minute.

Rovers who are now winless in 13 league games.

Check out  Matt Gilby’s  Player Ratings – who shone the brightest for Duncan Ferguson’s men? Do you agree with the ratings?

Doohan 6

Wasn’t tested too much, could have done nothing about the goal he conceded.

Bernard 5

Didn’t contribute in attack and was replaced at half-time.

Casey 6

Steady game for the number five, his biggest moment a 25-yard free-kick that cleared the home end behind the goal.

Cooper 7

Solid performance. Showed great desire in his second half recovery runs.

Robson 6

Struggled to get involved, his crosses from the left failed to test hid former club.

Stevenson 7

Played well throughout, steered a goal-bound header away from a corner.

Savage 6

Struggled to get into the match, his rare touches coming deep between his centre-backs. Replaced at the break.

O’Keeffe 6

Threatening in the second half, could have had a penalty but should have scored when put through on goal

Peart-Harris 8

The skipper was lively throughout and drove the home side forward late on.

Garrick 8

Took his goal suerbly and teamed up well with sub Omotoye.

Bakayoko 6

Isolated throughout the first half and struggled to see much of the ball.


McGeouch 7

Tightened up the midfield after coming on at the break and got the home side playing the ball on the deck. Took the armband back when he entered the fray.

Godwin-Malife 8

Superb after coming on at half-time, strong in the tackle and drove into the centre of the park with urgency and purpose.

Omotoye 7

Bright 45 for the ex-Norwich man, confident with his back to goal and drifting out to the left, where he picked up his assist.

McAllister 6

Not involved much, came on with six minutes remaining.

Clarke 6

Three minute cameo.

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