Charlton boss Karl Robinson has eased fears over the knock Ezri Konsa suffered against Truro City.

Truro forward Cody Cooke caught Konsa with a poor challenge at the start of the second-half, and the England Under-20s star needed treatment.

But he carried on and made two crucial blocks in the latter stages of the game as the National League South side went in search of a consolation goal.

Robinson said: “I thought it was a bad tackle at the time.

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“He left his studs up on top of Ezri’s ankle. He said he’s ok - he’s got ice on it now.

“He’s away now with England anyway so he’ll only miss the England game!”

Konsa has impressed since replacing Jason Pearce in the starting eleven in September.

He will spend the international break with England’s U20s as they take on Germany.