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PLAYER RATINGS: Gillingham 1-0 Sunderland - Here’s how we rated after ANOTHER loss for Parky

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Part of the fabled (and now legendary) #Gillingham329, our man at Priestfield managed to defrost his fingers for just long enough to wire us these player ratings.... read ‘em and weep.

Parkinson has struggled since his inception... Photo by Ian Horrocks/Sunderland AFC via Getty Images

Lee Burge: 6/10

Had very little to do all evening and stood no chance with the goal.

Denver Hume: 5/10

Offered little threat going forward with no end product.

Laurens De Bock: 5/10

Played out of position and looked uncomfortable throughout.

Alim Ozturk: 6/10

Clearly not match fit and done well to last the 90 minutes. Looked calm when under pressure and had a relatively easy night.

Brandon Taylor: 7/10

Encouraging performance playing on the right of the back 3. Coped well with the aerial threat and rarely looked threatened.

Luke O’Nien: 5/10

A poor performance, created one opening in the first half and lucky not to be sent off in extra time after an earlier booking.

Max Power: 5/10

Offered absolutely nothing, poor passing, painfully slow and largely uninterested.

Grant Leadbitter: 5/10

Seen a lot of the ball in the first half but once again his distribution was poor.

Chris Maguire: 3/10

I genuinely forgot he was playing.

Duncan Watmore: 4/10

Thankfully his Sunderland days are almost over. Ran around like a competition winner who didn’t know what he was doing.

Will Grigg: 1/10

Abysmal.

(SUB) Aiden McGeady: 4/10

A shadow of his former self, slowed the game down even more and offered nothing.

(SUB) Jack Connolly: 6/10

Had very little time to make an impact.

(SUB) Jack Bainbridge: 6/10

Coped well in extra time when it was one way traffic from the home side.

(SUB) Dylan McGeouch: 6/10

Had very little time to make an impact.

Man/Men/Women of the Match

329 Sunderland fans who travelled to watch that utter dross.