Falkirk 0-2 Morton: How the Falkirk players rated

Falkirk Herald give their verdict on marks out of 10 for every player

Pic by Alan Murray; 20/04/2019; Falkirk FC v Greenock Morton FC; Falkirk; Falkirk Stadium, Stadium Way, FK2 9EE; Falkirk District; Scotland; SPFL Ladbrokes Championship League

Falkirk’s hopes of survival suffered a massive blow after this bitterly disappointing display

One of few Bairns to get any pass marks on Saturday. Made a couple of decent saves to deny Morton in the first half. Didn't have much chance with either goal. 6

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Wasn't as effective as he normally is down the right channel and had his hands full with Morton attacks down his flank. 5
Got in a terrible mix up with McKenna which cost Falkirk dearly as Morton capitalised. Was fairly solid otherwise. 5
The 21-year-old, who made a bright start to his Falkirk career, is struggling for confidence at the minute. Terrible mix up between himself and Edjenguele led to Morton's clinching goal. 4
Was largely ineffective in an attacking sense, and will be disappointed that he wasn't able to cut out the pass for Morton's goal. 5
Sloppy in possession at times and didn't really contribute that much. 4
Tried to have an impact on proceedings in the middle of the park but struggled. Came off just before half-time in place of Mark Waddington. 5
Was at fault for the first goal as he was skinned by Charlie Telfer, wasted a few set piece opportunities and looked to be struggling with fitness. 4
Up against his former side got into a few promising positions but failed to make the most of these chances. Looks like he's lacking match sharpness. 5
Took the fight to Morton himself. Tireless running and worked ever so hard, created a couple of half chances for himself,he had the battling spirit needed that was sorely lacking from others. 7
Given a start after his decent showing against Dunfermline but was marshalled well by Morton centre back Gregor Buchanan. Rarely saw a glimse of goal. A tame header was about as close as he came to finding the back of the net. 5
Failed to make an impact on proceedings after coming on for Paul Paton. 4
Came on for Todorov on the hour mark and probably came closest to scoring for the Bairns when he was denied by Robby McCrorie. 6