Carabao Cup run ends for Crawley Town against Colchester United - here's how we rated the players
Crawley Town's Carabao Cup adventure ended at the round of 16 after a 3-1 home defeat against Colchester United.
Dannie Bulman's 20-yard howitzer gave the Reds the lead on 20 minutes but Luke Norris levelled just 90 seconds later. The U's went ahead in the second half after Cohen Bramall's free-kick rattled the bar and bounced of Michael Luyambula and in. Ex-Red Luke Gambin wrapped up the win with ten minutes to go as Crawley's Carabao Cup dream came to an end. Here's how we rated the men in red.
1. Michael Luyambula - 7
Made some good stops and looked assured in goal. Ridiculously unfortunate with the second goal
Wasn't afraid to put his body on the line on more than one occasion but didn't get forward as often as we've come to expect. Replaced by Josh Doherty in a substitute which angered fans, with Crawley behind and needing a spark going forward rather than in defence
Held firm as Fleetwood put in a barrage of crosses in the first half but was unable to prevent Josh Morris from slotting home the opener or Paddy Madden from restoring the visitors' lead. Booked late on for reckless challenge. Lucky not to have been sent off