Sunderland had to settle for a point in the end away at Ipswich Town after Nathan Broadhead cancelled out James Norwood’s opening goal for the hosts.
Broadhead would have been pleased with his own performance, but some Black Cats struggled, as The Transfer Tavern uses statistical experts SofaScore to analyse who the three worst players (to have played at least 45 minutes) for the visitors were this afternoon:
Admittedly, Pritchard was given the same rating (6.4) as Denver Hume by SofaScore, but ranks in third as he played slightly more minutes.
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The midfield player lost out on three of his duels, and failed to record a single shot, successful dribble or key pass, while losing possession of the ball eight times.
While Broadhead got himself on the scoresheet, his strike partner Stewart could not, as SofaScore gave him a 6.3 rating.
He lost a mammoth 15 duels and possession 23 times, by far the most out of any player on the pitch, and failed to score with both of his attempts on his goal.
The striker also failed with both of his dribble attempts, and was not able to make a single key pass in the match, while he also found himself booked.
Winchester was deemed the worst player for the Stadium of Light faithful by SofaScore, as they gave him a 6.2 rating.
He lost four of his duels in total, and did not make a single clearance, interception or tackle in the game.
Winchester also never made a key pass, and gave the ball away nine times.
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