Not a good day at the office for the Italian. Could have done better for a couple of the goals, but wasn't directly responsible for any of them.
The Drogheda captain nearly gifted the opposition an early goal, while his long balls were often off target.
Was beaten by O'Connor for the second goal, and then was poor for the fifth after the break. Poor performance.
Deserved his yellow card, and committed a few needless fouls. Made way with his side 5-1 down.
Was totally at fault for the second goal, turning his back to the ball, and allowing it to drop at O'Connor's feet. Disappointing.
Scored his side's only goal, but never really did enough to add to his 2009 winner's medal.
Worked hard, and went close with a header, but was left frustrated all too often.
His finishing was poor throughout, and wasted a number of chances.
Booked after just nine minutes. Was second-best in the midfield, and was rightly withdrawn with half an hour to go.
Battled with Finn in midfield, and was responsible for creating Drogheda's consolation goal. One of few players to come out unscathed.
Looked good right at the start, but his highlight of the game up front was a mistimed header. Should have been taken off much earlier.
Received a big cheer when he came on, but it was too late by that time.
Didn't do too much after coming on, but had an impossible task.
Tried his best to inject something positive into the side, but Drogheda were well beaten.
Made some decent saves, but most of the work he had to do was fairly straightforward.
The Hoops captain was comfortable at the back, but put in one dangerous challenge which easily could have seen him sent off.
Another assured defensive display, and even could have gotten his own name on the scoresheet with a wonderful header.
Did absolutely fantastic work for the second goal, winning the ball in midfield before delivering a great ball into the area.
Defended very well, and cleaned up at the back. Kept O'Neill and Rusk quiet for most of the game.
Did well to score from such a tight angle for the second, while his corner caused huge problems for the opener.
Took his two goals extremely well, and put in a wonderful all-round performance in midfield.
Great display alongside Chambers in the heart of the Hoops midfield, and put in a pinpoint low cross for the seventh.
Deserved his two late goals after a tireless shift out wide. Repeatedly caused problems with his pace.
Scored a very fortuitous goal, but they all count, and will be happy to have gotten on the scoresheet. Was impressive in the centre of the park.
Timed his run perfectly for his goal, and did well to squeeze the ball under the onrushing Sava.
Didn't offer all that much with the Hoops easing to victory.
Replaced Quigley, and was involved in Rovers' seventh with a good run.
A frustrating afternoon as he was forced off just minutes after coming on.
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