Chester FC caused the shock of the day in the National League as they belied the form guide and brushed aside high-flying Sutton United 4-0 at the Lookers Vauxhall Stadium.
We rated the Blues players who took on the U's, who had been on a three-game winning streak. Here's how they fared.
JON WORSNOP – 7/10
A surprise inclusion, Worsnop put in an assured display and gave Jon McCarthy plenty to ponder as he pulled off two superb saves to deny Chris Dickson and Ryan Burge to preserve a clean sheet.
EVAN HORWOOD – 7/10
His experience told today and he looked comfortable and never gave the Sutton widemen any change. Communication with the backline was key again today.
BLAINE HUDSON – 8/10
Has struggled in recent weeks but showed strength of character today to showcase his talent and was superb at the back, winning everything in the air and on the ground as well as getting himself on the scoresheet.
RYAN ASTLES – 8/10
A towering performance from the big defender. No mistakes and cleared his lines well, winning everything that came his way.
THEO VASSELL – 7/10
Was having one of his best games in a Chester shirt before having his afternoon cut short after suffering concussion. Thankfully, he was said to be OK after the match but will be missing for at least the next 10 days.
ELLIOTT DURRELL – 6/10
The hero at Boreham Wood, Durrell worked hard but was unable to stamp his quality on the game this afternoon. Full of graft, though, and worked hard for the team.
TOM SHAW – 8/10
The pick of the bunch for me. He was everywhere across the centre of the park, careful in possession and closing down the opposition constantly. Managed to squeeze home a penalty late on in one of his best games in a Chester shirt.
LUKE GEORGE – 7/10
Missing for the last two games, George got through a lot of dirty work today, winning challenges and showcasing his leadership qualities. A platform on which to build.
CRAIG MAHON – 7/10
Made the most of his chance to start and was busy throughout and a constant menace to the Sutton backline. A performance that showed that the diminutive Irishman may be on the way back to his old self.
RYAN LLOYD – 7/10
His addition to the squad has really helped. Energetic and able to drive play forward from midfield, Lloyd had another impressive peformance today. His first goal for the Blues couldn't have been simpler, tapping home from four yards out.
KANE RICHARDS – 8/10
There can be few strikers in non-league football who work as hard as Richards. Yes, he has the tendency to pick up yellows and get riled up by the opposition but he re-focused himself today and put in a hell of a shift. He gave the Sutton defence no peace and his goal was deserved and will be a welcome confidence boost for the young striker.
WADE JOYCE – 6/10
On for Theo Vassell, Joyce was deployed in an unfamilar right back slot and did his best to keep things tight but was caught out on a couple of occasions.
JORDAN CHAPELL – 6/10
A bright contribution from Chapell. Took the game to a beleagured Sutton defence late on and could have scored.
JOHNNY HUNT – 6/10
Little time to make an impact for Hunt but he kept things steady as Chester saw the game out.