Made a meal out of a pair of fair challenges in the box but was assured between the sticks to platform his side's shock progression to the last 32.
Was less influential than his defensive partner, yet eventually settled into his ways after McCann's red card and looked calm and composed.
Despite conceding the penalty which led to Wigan going ahead, he won virtually every duel in the air and marshalled the Maribor defence admirably.
Made numerous runs from the left flank and supported Boher well. Found plenty of space in the opposing half, including a string of snapshots at goal.
Elegant with the ball at feet, he acted as an important pivot in midfield, even if he was guilty of conning the referee with some of his attempts to penalise Wigan.
A catalyst in the middle of the park, the Serb fired his side into the last 32 with a side-footed wonderstrike while also exhibiting a defensive edge to his game by breaking up several Wigan attacks.
His passing range impressed greatly as he constantly pierced holes in the Wigan backline. Despite missing his penalty, he mopped up the rebound.
Struggled to deal with the constant doubling-up of Espinoza and Beausejour down the left, but Mezga's continual in-field forays meant he was isolated often.
The in-form attacker was a threat with his physicality throughout the night but struggled for service. Nonetheless, he failed to be truly ruthless with his finishing.
Quiet for most part but eventually got the better of Perch in the latter stages, including a turn to play in Filipovic for the winner.
Clumsy in possession but showed the odd glimpse of ability when given the opportunity to do so. Didn't work hard enough to merit the entirety of the 90 minutes.
Wasn't at fault for either of Maribor's strikes, yet was solid enough between the sticks.
Marginally better than Barnett, as he looked more at home at this level, but still found it difficult to absorb the pressure of Maribor's attacking players.
Despite functioning as an auxilary striker late on, his positional play was extremely poor at times, including being caught ball-watching on a couple of occasions and almost backpassing to Fajic.
Put in an industrious shift at right-back as he got forward on several occasions but found it difficult to cope with Maribor's increasing overlaps after the interval.
Always looked to probe whenever his side pushed forward and supplied crosses at will in a bid to force through an opening.
Looked out of his depth as his passing game was not on point and was deservedly sent off for a deliberate handball moments after his side took the lead.
Played the role of midfield anchor well enough, even if his distribution was questionable at times. Replaced by Boyce on the hour mark.
The Honduran didn't have a moments rest as he didn't stop running around. Took his man on frequently and supported Beausejour relentlessly.
Despite all the pre-match hype, the attacker looked uncomfortable in his lone striker role, although he endeavoured to get involved and had a couple of speculative strikers. Did win the penalty, however.
Proved he could cut it at Europa League level, having moved the ball around quickly and tucking his penalty away without letting the pressure rush to his head.
A victim of circumstance, the tricky winger was sacrificed following McCann's red card. Deployed as an inside forward, he looked to play his team-mates whenever in possession.