Couldn't be faulted for first goal but could have come out earlier for the second goal. Looked composed under the high ball overall.
Not much to do in the first half and kept Bohs’ front men at bay for the first half, but could have done better for the visitors’ second goal.
Marshalled the home side defence competently but caught out by Wilson for first Bohs goal.
Subbed in the 65th minute for Eric Foley. Great persistence for Drogs’ second goal and worked hard to ensure they got the lion’s share of possession in midfield in the first half, but drifted out of proceedings a little in the second half.
A decent shift for the skipper, who will be disappointed his side didn't press home their first half domination.
Got his side off to a dream start and looked extremely potent going forward, but put in more than his fair share defensively. Helped stop the Bohs midfield from gaining a toehold but drifted out of the game a little in the second half.
His quick thinking from the corner lead to a dream start for the home side. A constant thorn in Bohemians left flank with his quick thinking and movement off the ball but blotted the copybook with a yellow in the second half.
Superb early ball in lead to Daly’s early opener for the Drogs, but faded as the match wore on, and the quality of his service into the front men dipped in the second half.
Marshalled the Drogs’ back four efficiently and didn’t give the Bohs’ front men any easy opportunities, also was the lynchpin for some excellent Drogs’ attacking play with his cool distribution out of defence.
Was a constant threat to the Gypsies’ defence and was unlucky not to claim a hat trick in the first half, but lacked the clinical touch in front of goal.
Was again behind many of Drogs’ best attacking moves and created plenty of space for other forwards, but how he missed from two yards out on the hour, only he will know.
Couldn't be faulted for opening goal and a little unsighted for the second goal. Did well under pressure in the second half.
Put under a lot of pressure in the first half and struggled to contain the threat of Rusk and Brennan. Looked more composed in the second half.
Failed to pick up Daly for Drogs' opener, struggled in the first half as with the rest of the Bohs' back four with the pace of the home side's wide men.
Caught out badly along with the rest of the Bohs’ defence for the home side’s opener and struggled with the pace of Brennan and Rusk. Improved in the second half despite a late booking.
Struggled to contain the wide threat of Brennan and Rusk for the home side. Had a decent chance from a free header in the first half.
Provided the one moment of magic for Bohs in the first half when his cultured through ball was brought under control somewhat controversially by Wilson. Struggled to imposed himself against the home side’s midfield players.
Much improved display in the second half, put in a few key tackles when Drogs threatened to press home their superiority in the first half.
Lived off scraps in the first half in the Bohs midfield but finished very clinically to level the match at a time when his side needed it. Grew into the match as the second half wore on and helped fashion a couple of late Bohs' chances.
Lovely through ball for Bohs’ second equaliser was the highlight of his match. Struggled in the first half but linked up well with Buckley in the Dubliners’ midfield in the seond half and his tireless chasing of lost causes had the home support sweating late on.
Showed brilliant skill in turning and beating his marker for Bohs’ first goal, but appeared to bring the ball under control with his arm moments beforehand. Looked sharp upfront considering he didn’t have much to work with in the first half from the Bohs’ midfield.
Worked hard upfront to get on the end of a Spartan supply from the Bohs midfield. Some good runs helped create space for Mulligan and Wilson.