Superb Van Der Hoorn, Impressive Mulder – Match ratings from Swansea’s draw with Middlesbrough

Swansea Player Ratings vs Middlesbrough: Here’s how the Swans fared

Swansea City battled it out with Middlesbrough as it ended 0-0 at the Riverside stadium. Either team was unable to breach the other as they wasted a number of chances in the final third. The Swans have now dropped to 13th place as they lost pace in the race to make it to the playoff.

It was defender Van Der Hoorn who was on point with his flawless performance throughout the game. Both teams scuppered a number of chances as defenders impressed on the night.

Swansea City Player Ratings

Erwin Mulder (7/10)

The Dutchman picked up another clean sheet and made a couple of fine saves on the night.

Conor Roberts (7/10)

One of the most consistent Swansea players this season, Roberts put in another splendid performance. He showed urgency and energy down the flank.

Van Der Hoorn (9/10)

Commanding with his tackles and solid with his defending, Van Der Hoorn was definitely the star performer on the night.

Mike van der Hoorn

Joe Rodon (7/10)

Calm, assured and in control, it was another strong performance from the youngster.

Martin Olsson (5/10)

Often found himself caught upfield and was unable to track back in time. His decision-making was poor as well.

Kyle Naughton (6/10)

Naughton was solid in the middle of the park despite being fielded out of place. He has seamlessly adapted to the new role.

Matt Grimes (7/10)

Grimes often gave away possession in dangerous areas. He did get away with a couple of risky passes.

Wayne Routledge (6/10)

Found it difficult to get going in the final third. He linked up well with his teammates but was unable to deliver.

George Byers (7/10)

It was a decent performance from Byers who did his bit defensively. His withdrawal was unfortunate.

Barrie McKay (6/10)

A mediocre performance from McKay, who had a couple of nice touches in the first half.

Oliver McBurnie (7/10)

McBurnie didn’t have too many chances in front of the goal but he did his bit to keep things active in the final third.


Tom Carroll (5/10)

Carroll was fruitful with his short and accurate passes in the middle of the park.

Dan James (5/10)

James lacked a little bit of composure after coming on. He did have a couple of bright moments though.

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Nathan Dyer (5/10)

Dyer did his defensive duties down the flank and ensured Swansea saw out the game.

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