Liam Kennedy's player ratings: How ex-Newcastle United defender David Edgar fared on Hartlepool debut as Sunderland loanee earns 9 in Dover win

Hartlepool United came back from two goals down to beat Dover Athletic in the National League - but who stood out for the hosts?

Sunday, 10th March 2019, 8:22 am
Updated Sunday, 10th March 2019, 8:33 am
Luke Molyneux
Luke Molyneux

Our Pools writer Liam Kennedy has dished out his player ratings following the 3-2 win at the Super 6 Stadium - scroll down and flick through our gallery to see how each player performed.

Could do absolutely nothing about the two Dover goals, cracking finishes. Two vital saves late on... 7
A tough day to make a debut but kept things simple... 6

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A solid show from the central defender in a new-look backline... 6
Given a tough first 45 but dealt with it well, slotted in seamlessly to left-back in second 45... 7
Full of effort and endeavour but given very few opportunities to get forward... 6
Not his best first half but a much better second... 6
Gifted possession to the opposition on far too many occasions. But his set pieces late on were top notch... 6
A really tough day for the left-back. Every Dover attack seemed to start down his side. His afternoon lasted just 43 minutes... 4
Cool and calm with both his penalties - a real asset to this football club... 8
Won the second penalty with his hard work. Made a big impact in the second 45... 8
A little more isolated than usual. Worked hard, though... 6
Changed the game. An incredible performance off the bench. As close to a 10/10 as you can get... 9
Gave the side a little more balance... 6