Two fantastic goals from Josh Morris gave Scunthorpe a 2-0 win over Charlton on Saturday.

The Addicks had chances to take the lead in the first-half - most notably through Ricky Holmes, Josh Magennis and Mark Marshall.

But Morris, a half-time substitute, ended Charlton’s nine-game unbeaten league run with two moments of brilliance.

Here are five things we learned…

Injuries are affecting Charlton

Attacking trio Billy Clarke, Tariqe Fosu and Ben Reeves missed the game with injuries - and their absence saw Robinson play left-back Jay Dasilva as a winger.

He could’ve started Karlan Ahearne-Grant or Joe Dodoo out wide. Both players have been struggling for first-team minutes of late, with the latter not playing in the league for over two months.

Ahearne-Grant was brought on when Charlton were 2-0 down and didn't make an impact. Clarke, Fosu, Reeves, Marshall and Holmes have only been together in two League One matchday squads this season. And when they’re all fully fit, Charlton’s options from the bench will be scary.

Mark Marshall looks tired

Karl Robinson admitted in his post-match interview that Marshall seemed fatigued. Off the back of a serious knee injury, which ruled him out for three months, the winger has started three league games in seven days.

The Peterborough clash has come too soon for the injured trio, which means Marshall is likely to start for the fourth successive time.

A substitute haunts Charlton again

MK Dons striker Kieran Agard came off the bench to net a second-half brace against Charlton last Saturday.

Well just a week later, Scunthorpe’s star man Morris, who wasn't 100 per cent fit, scored two of the best goals you’ll see this season.

The first strike was a stunning free-kick and the next one was a 25-yard screamer.

No more offensive subs from the opposition, please.

The defeat isn't the end of the world

It was Charlton’s first reverse in 10 games - and they dropped to sixth in League One. But Robinson’s men have two games in hand, one which comes against Peterborough on Tuesday.

If they win that, then they’ll climb to fourth and be just three points off second-placed Shrewsbury.

So a top-two challenge is still realistic.

Ezri Konsa continues to increase his reputation… and price tag

Conceding two goals won’t look good on paper, however, Charlton’s defence couldn't do anything about Morris’ worldies.

And Konsa, who was up against proven third tier goalscorer Paddy Madden and Tom Hopper, controlled the pair with ease.

His ball control, reading of the game and pace and power are attributes you want in your team. While he might be increasing his reputation, he’s also increasing his market value.

Robinson said the club will accept no less than £5m for the highly thought of centre-half in January - and boy - it’s going to be hard to keep him.