Northern Ireland's team ahead of their clash with Finland
Conor Hazard – 4
Another opportunity to impress, the Plymouth stopper dealt with early threats but couldn’t intercept penalty and was beaten at near post for second.
Eoin Toal – 5
Looked comfortable on the right of the back three and made few important interventions but second half was tough watch.
Paddy McNair – 5
On left of the back three, was powerless to stop Pukki slotting in the third. Defence was sliced open after break.
Daniel Ballard – 6
One big block in second half and was comfortable for long periods but couldn’t stop second half collapse.
Trai Hume – 5
Made few big challenges but was unable to shut down attack that led to Håkans’ goal.
Ross McCausland – 5
Rangers winger was handed debut in big call by O’Neill. Few good moments but crowded out by home defence. Lasted 59 minutes.
George Saville – 6
Proud captain on his 50th appearance, could his goal drought end? No, it rumbles on. Helped out defence and one effort drifted wide.
Jordan Thompson – 4
Unable to influence the game in a side that looked flat. Was overrun in second half and lasted 77 minutes.
Jamal Lewis – 5
Composed in possession though was forced back in second half and no fireworks in attack.
Isaac Price – 5
Delivered a delicious early corner without reward. Early shot failed to trouble Hradecky and clumsy challenge gave away penalty.
Dion Charles – 6
Cynically taken down early on, was lively and alert to opportunities. One volley comfortably dealt with.
Josh Magennis (for Charles, 59 mins) – 6
Conor Washington (for McCausland, 59 mins) – 6
Brodie Spencer (for Thompson, 77 mins) – 6
Michael Forbes (for Hume, 85 mins) – 6
Callum Marshall (for Price, 85 mins) – 6
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