Charlton suffered their third successive defeat after losing 1-0 to Blackpool.

Jimmy Ryan’s 91st-minute winner has left the Addicks five points off the top six.

Here are five things we learned…

Ben Amos shouldn't feel too disheartened

Up until Blackpool’s late winner, Amos was the best player on the pitch. He pulled off two stunning saves to deny Danny Philliskirk and Ollie Turton and dominated his penalty area.

Nearly every cross from a Blackpool player was either punched or caught by Amos.

His scuffed kick resulted in Ryan’s winner, but his overall performance should not be forgotten.

Karl Robinson said Amos was disappointed for his part in Blackpool’s goal. He shouldn't be so hard on himself - he has been very consistent and this was his first mistake that’s led to a goal since the second week of the season.

Takeover news adds to Charlton’s woes

Yesterday, Robinson was told the takeover could take even longer to complete. Richard Murray said it was only “a few weeks” away on February 28.

But despite agreeing a price with two parties, it seems like no progress has been made in regard to Roland Duchatelet selling up.

As Robinson pointed out in his post-match press conference, it’s having an effect on the club’s future plans. Ahmed Kashi is out of contract at the end of the season, and it’s unclear if the club is in a position to offer him a new deal.

Lewis Page has the worst luck

Page has been plagued by serious hamstring and achilles injuries for the past 11 months. He returned to first-team training recently, and has featured in a handful of Under-23 games.

The former West Ham man lasted just 26 minutes on his return to the senior side. His brief concussion meant Robinson had no choice but to substitute the luckless left-back.

It just summed up Page’s very stop-start career at Charlton. He needs and deserves more luck.

The performance and general form is very worrying

Prior to Charlton’s visit to Bloomfield Road, Blackpool hadn't won a home league game since October. That’s FIVE months.

After the 4-1 defeat to Peterborough, the Tangerines seemed like the perfect opponent for Robinson’s men.

But Blackpool dominated possession and always looked more threatening than Charlton, who are still chasing a play-off spot.

And even with a top six place up for grabs, the Addicks never really got going.

It’s now just one win in seven games - it must improve - starting on Saturday.

Tariqe Fosu was nullified by Blackpool

Fosu had his most ineffective game for Charlton last night.

The Addicks rarely threatened Blackpool’s goal as Fosu struggled to get on the ball.

And whenever he had possession, there were always two players on him.

Teams are targeting and focusing more on Fosu given his superb form in the first half of the season.

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