Back on the scoresheet! John-Joe O'Toole celebrates his third goal of the season with Sam Foley. Pictures: Kirsty Edmonds

Crewe Alexandra 0 Northampton Town 2: James Heneghan's player ratings in pictures

Cobblers registered a third win in four away games as Daniel Powell and John-Joe O'Toole both netted in victory over Crewe Alexandra on Saturday.

On a day when several players impressed, who stood out for the Cobblers? Find out with James Heneghan's player ratings - scroll down and flick through our picture gallery to see how each player performed at Gresty Road.

Got away with a fumble from Green's long-range drive early on, but the Cobblers stopper was not truly tested until the final few minutes, saving from Ainley and getting a big hand to Porter's stoppage-time effort... 7

1. David Cornell

Got away with a fumble from Green's long-range drive early on, but the Cobblers stopper was not truly tested until the final few minutes, saving from Ainley and getting a big hand to Porter's stoppage-time effort... 7
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Continues to impress, even at right-back. Kept the right-flank secure before being forced off with a late head injury. Even went close to his first Cobblers goal with a delicate lob that landed on the roof of the net... 7

2. Charlie Goode

Continues to impress, even at right-back. Kept the right-flank secure before being forced off with a late head injury. Even went close to his first Cobblers goal with a delicate lob that landed on the roof of the net... 7
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Limited the home team to very little down his side, and made some typically robust challenges. It was also his corner which created the mayhem for Powell's vital opener... 7

3. David Buchanan

Limited the home team to very little down his side, and made some typically robust challenges. It was also his corner which created the mayhem for Powell's vital opener... 7
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Not as prominent as his centre-back partner but equally dependable as Crewe's forward men were kept on a tight leash for the majority. Aerially dominant as ever... 8

4. Aaron Pierre

Not as prominent as his centre-back partner but equally dependable as Crewe's forward men were kept on a tight leash for the majority. Aerially dominant as ever... 8
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