Here’s how the players rated in Charlton’s 2-1 with Portsmouth.

Dillon Phillips

Made a good early claim which should’ve settled his, and the crowd’s, nerves. Had little to do first half and maybe should’ve come for the corner from which Pompey equalised. Looked edgy after that with a few wild clearances. 6

Anfernee Dijksteel

Looked to get forward at every opportunity and when he was found he delivered some net crosses. Was caught out defensively in early on but settled well after a shaky opening 20. 7

Naby Sarr

Had little to do in the opening half but snuffed everything from open play. Will be disappointed to concede from a set-piece such is the Frenchman’s strength in the air. Some divine touches going forward which we’ve come to expect from the fans favourite. Throw in a couple of risky moments at the back and you’ve got a typical 90 from the man-mountain. 7

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Patrick Bauer

Guilty of going long too soon when a simple pass was on. Heavy touch which yielded territory from which the equaliser came. Great block late on. 6

Ben Purrington

Possibly the left back’s best game in Charlton colours. Got forward with frequency and was a real outlet for Aribo. 7

Krystien Bielik

An absolute class act in the middle. Immense first half and turned defence into attack with minimal effort. Looked like he was having a kick-around in the park. Snuffed out every counter attack and deserves huge credit for his hand in the opening goal. Injury cut his game short, hugely missed. 8

Joe Aribo

Linked well with Purrington and Taylor in front of him. The 21-year-old kept the impressive Pompey midfield on their back foot for large spells. Looks so composed on the ball and coolly took his goal. A proper talent. 9

Jonny Williams

Slow out of the blocks but grew into the game and buzzed across the park as he usually does. Great at relieving pressure from deep but end-product still hit-or-miss. Left the field injured and Bowyer will be hoping it’s not a serious one as his play-off experience will be required. 7

Josh Cullen

Connected play well but never found that crucial pass when required in the first 45. Played the central midfield role in the second half after Bielik’s withdrawal. Put his fit in and read the game well. 6

Igor Vetokele

Unfortunate to block Cullen’s sure-fire goal, but ran himself in to the ground for the cause. Still looking a little rusty and his decision making is sometimes questionable. Bowyer has asked him to grasp his opportunity, on this showing, he hasn’t. 6

Lyle Taylor

Guilty of wasting a few half chances in the opening 45, firing well wide or over from distance when under little pressure. Still the Addicks biggest threat and kept Pompey back-line on the back foot throughout. Couldn’t miss from a yard out but, you’ve got to be there to score them. 7


Ben Reeves

Came on for the injured Bielik and got straight into it with an assist. Other than a few blocked shots was very quiet. 5

Tariqe Fosu

On for the injured Williams and proved a good outlet. Can always beat a man but it’s his end product that’s questioned, today, it was poor. 5