Player ratings from Charlton's last minute win at Kingsmeadow where they ended up 2-1 victors.

Dillon Phillips

Couldn’t do much for the goal but Addicks fans will be pleased by what they saw from their number one. Aerially he was commanding and his distribution was on-point, which has been the youngster’s let-down. 7

Chris Solly

Neat and tidy as you’d expect from the stalwart. Looked frustrated throughout and rallied his teammates it seems at the break. 7

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Patrick Bauer

Assigned the marking duty of Joe Pigott, and it’s fair to say the attacker came out on top in the duel. Aerially was second best to the physical forward and was left a little short on the deck by his surprising movement. 5

Naby Sarr

Surprising not see him take Pigott off Bauer such is his aerial dominance. Was given a merry-dance by Folivi in the opening half but boy what a goal to make amends. Could’ve seen red for a rash challenge on Scott Wagstraff. 6

Ben Purrington

Rarely ventured forward in the first half and was pinned back by Wagstaff and Sibbick for most of the game. Offered little protection by Williams. 6

Josh Cullen

Looked off the pace in the first half, having his pocket picked more than once which could’ve been costly. Picked the pace up in the second half and dictated play from the base of the midfield. 6

George Lapslie

The game by-passed the 21-year-old in the first half but continued to work tirelessly as you’d expect. Provided width on the right, offering protection to Solly behind. More central in the second half and his energy was much needed. (Another comedy face-to-ball moment for the showreel) 6

Joe Aribo

Took time to get into the game but showed his talent in the second half driving at the defence ball at feet. Of the midfield three he looked the more likely to get into the box and cause any problems. 7

Jonny Williams

Quiet day for the Welshman. Started on the left flank but hardly got a touch. Looked more menacing when he shifted to the right in the second half and got at the defenders. Would’ve expected a better end product from a Premiership footballer. Still adjusting to the physicality of League One it seems. 6

Mark Marshall

Possibly Charlton’s best player in the first half albeit with no end product. The only man to attack the man in front of him. Unlucky to be hooked. 6

Lyle Taylor

Not the dream return for the forward. Playing through the middle he looked isolated but came into the game second half when he pulled out wide. Crying out for a target man to take the pressure of him. 6


Tariqe Fosu

Looked menacing cutting in from the left. 7

Igor Vetokele

Offered pace and a foil for Taylor. The winner will do him the world of confidence. 7