Notts County 2 Shrewsbury 3: player ratings - Ryan Bowman shines as Salop take advantage in FA Cup
Ollie Westbury rates the Shrewsbury Town players after their FA Cup win at Notts County.
A quiet night for the Shrewsbury Town number one. Considering Notts County's dominance in possession, he hardly had to make a save.
Another good display for the Town skipper. He picked up a booking early on, but he led his troops well and they managed to hold on for the victory.
The defender was good against Exeter, but he took that to a new level against County. He headered away so many dangerous balls into the box and was a big reason Town were so solid.
Third big performance of the week for Anderson. It was his ball into the channel that caused chaos in the County defence for the second goal.
Has been criticised by some this season, but this was easily his best performance in a Town shirt. He was a bright spark on the ball before the break and defended well too.
The wing-back had to overcome the pain barrier to play with eight stitches in his foot - he did that and was solid as a rock all evening.
The third start of the week for Shipley, and it was his pressing that led to the third goal. Showed real desire to work hard and hold onto the lead.
Does so many good things off the ball with his work rate and his tough tackling, but he does need to look after the ball a little better when he gets it.
Town had very little of the ball and so it was another immense shift from Winchester. He did so well late on to win Town some important free-kicks and slow the game down.
Vital .. 7
His strike partner will get the credit as he scored a hat-trick, but Udoh's impact on the performance cannot be understated he was absolutely brilliant.
Has found himself out of the team a lot this season so the forward will be delighted he has managed to score three goals. They were all really composed finishes too.
Subs: Tunmise Sobowale (Bowman 82), Jack Loughran (Udoh 90)
Not used: Burgoyne, Mata, Whitney, Collins, Watts, Owusu, Godwin.