Charlton moved up to fifth thanks to Tariqe Fosu’s winner against Doncaster.

Fosu’s ninth-minute strike, his fifth goal in three games, was enough to give the Addicks back-to-back victories in League One.

Doncaster hit the crossbar in the first-half and pressed for an equaliser late on, but Charlton defended valiantly.

Here are five things we learned…

Charlton still won without being at their best

The Addicks were far from their best but still managed to grind out the result.

They had opportunities to extend their lead, most notably from Josh Magennis and Billy Clarke, but Doncaster still looked threatening on the break.

That said, it’s three points and that’s all Karl Robinson and his players will care about.

Joe Dodoo is nowhere near the starting eleven

Dodoo was an unused sub for the third successive game. The striker has featured five times since joining from Rangers on transfer deadline day and is yet to start for the Addicks.

He has failed to make an impact in a Charlton shirt, with his last appearance coming in the 1-1 draw to Bury.

Dodoo wasn't brought on when Charlton needed a goal at Walsall, and he was left on the bench against Fleetwood and Doncaster.

It begs the question - is he trusted by Robinson?

His loan deal runs out in January and it looks unlikely that Charlton will extend it.

Tariqe Fosu is on fire

Fosu’s in the form of his life and there is no stopping him at the moment. He’s playing with so much confidence, which showed when his long-range shot caught Doncaster goalkeeper Ian Lawlor out at his near post.

His all-round play was brilliant - the ball is glued to his feet when he runs at defenders.

His mazy runs took so much pressure off Charlton’s defence. That’s something he’s done before.

The former Reading winger has scored six times this season, and is on course to reach double figures for his new club.

A message to all referees: Don’t mess with Josh Magennis

In less than a second after the break, Magennis accidentally crashed into referee Robert Lewis, leaving the official concussed.

There was a seven-minute delay as Lewis was helped off the field and replaced by fourth official Craig Hicks.

Magennis is built like a heavyweight boxer and colliding with him is never going to be nice.

Charles Breakspear is refereeing Charlton’s trip to Oxford on Tuesday, so watch out.

Charlton fans helped their team over the line

Doncaster really cranked up the pressure in the last 10 minutes of the game. Ezri Konsa and Patrick Bauer made vital interceptions, while Donny striker Alfie May headed straight at Ben Amos when he should've scored.

And during the constant aerial bombardment from the visitors, Charlton fans never stopped singing from “Valley Floyd Road” chants to “Robinson’s Red Army” - they were brilliant.

It proved that everyone - fans, players and staff - are together as the club aims for promotion.