4. Andy Kellett (Wigan Athletic)
The former Manchester United loanee had a terrific game at left-back, picking up the man of the match award and plaudits from both home and away fans.
Kellett, who was playing on his 21st birthday, showed some neat touches in possession and attacked with intent at the Blackpool back-four.
One run inside resulted in an assist, as Kellett laid the ball to Sean Murray who smashed in from long-range.
Having been a peripheral player for most of the season, Kellett’s performance will certainly put pressure on Reece James, the Latics’ regular left-back.