Here's how we rated Charlton's players in their 1-1 draw with Sunderland.

Dillon Phillips

A few nervy moments in his second game since returning to the number one jersey. Little he could do with the goal, but should’ve done better with Gooch’s effort from the angle. Looked uneasy under the high ball and reluctant to command his box. 6

Anfernee Dijkstell

Looked out of his depth against a well drilled side. Offered little protection with the system Bowyer went with and was often left two on one. Going forward looked a little lost and confidence shy, especially with a baying home crowd on his back. Second half, like his team mates, picked it up a level. 5

Patrick Bauer

The passing stats for the German must be sky-high. Unfortunately 95% of them would be to his centre-back partner. With very little in front of him maintaining possession seemed to be the brief, not that unlocking the opposition defence is his priority. Defensively looked solid as ever. 6

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Naby Sarr

Made an excellent block from a Charlie Wyke effort in the first half which kept his side in it. His passing is a little overlooked but he showed a good range bringing the ball out of the back. Defensively he looked assured and as always he was hugely dominant in the physical battle. 7

Chris Solly

Played his side out of trouble expertly on a number of occasions. Still looks like a right back playing left back and Bowyer will be counting down the days until they can shift him back to his natural position. Lead by example and got forward when possible. Solid, solid, solid. 8

Krystian Bielik

Won everything in the air and looked like he’s played the defensive midfielder role all of his (short) career. Physically imposing, great feet and surprisingly quick, the Arsenal loanee has been an asset for Bowyer despite the tendency to hold onto it that fraction too long. 6

Darren Pratley

Covered every blade of grass with and without the ball. Sadly when on the ball he’s all to happy to play backwards and maintain possession instead of driving forward. If there was a criticism it’s that he offered little defensive back-up to the struggling Djiksteel down the right. Should’ve scored. 6

Albie Morgan

Neat and tidy on the ball but couldn’t find the cutting pass. Not phased by the occasion and looked at ease playing under the huge pressure, and expectation of the home faithful. 7

Tariqe Fosu

Took the midfielder 40 minutes until he got up to the pace of the game. Crowded out in the middle of the park and often holding on to the ball far too long. Started out left but drifted inside to little effect. Will be disappointed. 6

Karlan Grant

A game of two halves. Non existent in the opening 45, but the second played like a man full of confidence. Dragged his side up the pitch and showed every asset in his locker. Fine display.7

Lyle Taylor

Like his strike partner it took the target man some time to get in to the game. Looked a little off the pace in the opening half and had the fewest touches for as long as I can remember. Bowyer must’ve said something magical at half time because he played like a man possessed. 7


Jonny Williams - entered the action on 70 minutes and despite a poor first touch, passing in to touch, he looked a real threat. Deliveries were on the money and got on the attack at every opportunity. 7