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RSL vs. Sporting KC, community player ratings report: Plata, Glad top the charts

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Real Salt Lake v Sporting Kansas City Photo by Jamie Squire/Getty Images

With our player ratings completed, we're taking a look at how you voted — and a little bit of why you voted.

  • Jeff Attinella: 7.38
  • Tony Beltran: 7.19
  • Justen Glad: 7.82
  • Aaron Maund: 7.35
  • Chris Wingert: 6.53
  • John Stertzer: 5.98
  • Sunny: 6.78
  • Luke Mulholland: 7.7
  • Joao Plata: 8.24
  • Jordan Allen: 6.3
  • Yura Movsisyan: 6.78

Substitutes

  • Demar Phillips: 6.17
  • Devon Sandoval: 6.08

Responses: 108

Thoughts

As a whole, you thought John Stertzer was poor. While I disagree, it's interesting to note. Meanwhile, the two highest rated players scored goals — that's to be expected, but were Justen Glad and Joao Plata the best two players on the pitch?

I'd also wonder at what point we can recognize that Jordan Allen was highly involved defensively, and he essentially kept play from going down his side. Here's a chart of SKC's chances created — notice how they're all coming down our left? That's not to say we did poorly, but Allen was influential in ways that are less easily visible.

2016 average ratings

Here's how you've rated everybody so far. It's an interesting look at the team.

  • Aaron Maund: 6.1
  • Burrito Martinez: 7.65
  • Chris Wingert: 6.6
  • Demar Phillips: 4.06
  • Devon Sandoval: 5.96
  • Jamison Olave: 4.99
  • Javier Morales: 6.08
  • Jeff Attinella: 7.39
  • Joao Plata: 7.79
  • John Stertzer: 5.99
  • Jordan Allen: 6.43
  • Justen Glad: 7.83
  • Kyle Beckerman: 5.7
  • Luke Mulholland: 6.17
  • Nick Rimando: 6.98
  • Olmes Garcia: 4.65
  • Sunny: 7.12
  • Tony Beltran: 6.9
  • Yura Movsisyan: 7.03