Leyton Orient player ratings: Vincelot shines despite Rochdale defeat

Orient's Romain Vincelot (pic: Simon O'Connor)

Orient's Romain Vincelot (pic: Simon O'Connor) - Credit: Archant

Player ratings form yesterday’s 3-2 home defeat to Rochdale

Leyton Orient failed to beat 10 men for the second home league game in succession thanks in part to a Matt Done double for the Dale.

Gary Woods 5 – Had little to do for the most part, but failed to gather Jack O’Connell’s shot which resulted in Peter Vincenti’s equaliser and that had dire consequences.

Scott Cuthbert 6 – Still provides a threat every time he goes forward but failed to cope with Matt Done in the second following Rochdale’s sending off.

Mathieu Baudry 5 – Included in the side in place of Clarke, but conceding early goal dented confidence.

Shane Lowry 7 - Centre back definitely looks like his position and was solid throughout. Went close to a late leveller when Ian Henderson cleared his header off the line.

Elliot Omozusi 5 – Tried to make a few marauding runs but nothing came off and first goal came from down his side. Booked.

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Dean Cox 6 – Orient always look better when he is in the side. Started well but faded when moved into a central role after substitutions. Still a danger with set piece deliveries

STAR MAN Romain Vincelot 7 – Took his goal way and tried to get the O’s going throughout.

Lloyd James 6 – Started promisingly but was stretchered off after 25 minutes in a big blow for the hosts

Jobi McAnuff 6 – Took his goal well, and looked solid before fading in the second half.

Chris Dagnall 6 – Can’t fault his effort and never stops running, but penalty was poor and that proved costly in the end.

Darius Henderson 6 – Linked up well occasionally with Dagnall and is a nuisance in the box but not going his way in front of goal.

Subs – Bradley Pritchard 6 – on for James and was solid without causing Rochdale too much damage

Shaun Batt 5 - Didn’t have the impact off the bench like he usually does.

David Mooney 5 – Looks a shadow of his former self and continues to struggle this term.