Player ratings from Charlton’s 1-0 defeat to AFC Wimbledon…

Ben Amos - 6 - Made a good save in the first few minutes of the game to deny Harry Forrester. Kicking was a bit off today.

Ezri Konsa - 6 - Didn't get forward as much as he has done from right-back in the past. He was never troubled.

Patrick Bauer - 5 - It’s a second defensive mistake in as many games from the Addicks - this time it came from Bauer, who’s been excellent this season.

Jason Pearce - 8 - Charlton’s best player today. Led by example and defended superbly. He hit the bar with a header in the second-half.

Lewis Page - 7 - He was a threat for the Addicks down the left. At times, there were no players in the box to turn in his dangerous crosses. Made a brilliant last-ditch challenge to stop Wimbledon from doubling their lead.

Ben Reeves - 6 - He looked like the player that was going to make something happen for Charlton, who were rudderless in attack today.

Jake Forster-Caskey - 6 - Charlton’s best half-chances came through his corners.

Joe Aribo - 5 - Gave the ball away far too many times - and was outmuscled by Liam Trotter in midfield. An off-day for the youngster.

Sullay Kaikai - 4 - Had two free-kicks that sailed harmlessly over the bar. He scored for fun for Shrewsbury in League One, but he just isn't bringing that form to Charlton.

Stephy Mavididi - 4 - He struggled playing in an advanced role and his hold-up play was poor. Needs to rediscover his January form.

Michal Zyro - 4 - Barely touched the ball in the first-half. Pulled out of a few challenges too, something that no fan wants to see at this stage of the season.


Josh Magennis - 5

Mark Marshall - 5

Nicky Ajose - 5