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MAN BY MAN.

Byline: Euan McArthur

DUNDEE UNITED

Dusan Pernis 6

Had no chance with Higdon's deadly double. Not at fault in slightest.

Sean Dillon 6

Lost footing for Higdon to capitalise but refused to let his head drop.

Paul Dixon 5

Delivered some decent crosses into the penalty box but his side could have helped him out.

Scott Robertson 5

Battled hard to get things going in midfield but it wasn't to be.

Danny Cadamarteri 5

No lack of effort but could have done with a bit more support.

David Robertson 5

Happy to do the dirty work and rarely shirked a 50-50 challenge.

Morgaro Gomis 5

Playmaker showed some decent touches without ever running show.

Prince Buaben 5

Never gave up trying but became frustrated towards the end.

Garry Kenneth 5

Won most things in the air and pretty solid on the deck.

David Goodwillie 6

Fans' favourite never got the kind of service he thrives on.

Keith Watson 6

Youngster kept things simple and put in some dangerous crosses.

Subs: Jon Daly - had little impact, 2. Ryan Dow - can't be faulted, 2. Johnny Russell - too big an ask, 2. Not used - Banks, Douglas, Shala, Armstrong.

ST MIRREN

Craig Samson 6

Couldn't have envisaged having such a quite night. Barely tested.

David van Zanten 6

Full-back scrapped for every loose ball and used pace to start attacks.

John Potter 7

Skipper marshalled the troops superbly well from start to finish.

Hugh Murray 4

Forced off in the first-half because of heavy concussion.

Michael Higdon 9

Two super strikes sealed the points. Can't ask for much more.

Darren McGregor 7

Never put a foot wrong and not afraid to simply clear his lines.

Jude Travner 7

Used his able left peg to fire over some decent crosses.

Marc McAusland 7

Took no chances which was a wise policy and served him well.

Gareth Wardlaw 7

Strong running kept the United defence on their toes.

Paul McGowan 7 Set-up clinching second goal and was always a threat.

Patrick Cregg 6

Grafted hard from the word go to win his side's fair share of the ball.

Subs: Sean Lynch - took over from Murray, 5. Kenny McLean - played his part in running down clock, 2. Not used - Mathers, Brady, McCluskey, Mooy, Lamont

Ref: E Norris
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Date:Nov 11, 2010
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