Here's how the Charlton players rated from their epic 2-1 win over Sunderland.

Dillon Phillips 7

Well, it wasn’t a great start was it?

He should’ve controlled it, end of discussion. But, after the goal he made two crucial saves to keep his side in it when they really could’ve been overawed by the occasion. He's young, punished, but got away with.....he's been great since the start of the year and only made one mistake. Remember that.

Anfernee Dijksteel 9

His best game yet. Covered every blade of grass. Going forward he looked impressive and his deft flick to Taylor for the equaliser was sublime.

Patrick Bauer 8

Sat at the heart of the defence and stood up to the physical Charlie Wyke well. If he leaves, he leaves with possibly the most important goal in their history.

Naby Sarr 7

Partly to blame for the opener and he looked shook after that. Picked up a booking in the first half which and looked to be targeted. Hooked at the break, but he’ll be back.

Krystian Bielik 9

Always looks composed on the ball. Started in a back three but moved to the midfield at the break. Takes everything in his long stride. Man of the Match.

Ben Purrington 9

Solvcd a problem position in January and grown each game. What a time to score his first Charlton goal. Up and down the left flank all day.

Josh Cullen 8

Is there a better passer of a ball in the league? In a rollercoaster of a first half the middle-man shone, showing his range of passing and calmness in possession when the ball was in play. Set pieces however needs some work.

Darren Pratley 8

His experience was vital in the ten minutes after going behind. Calmed the side and won countless free-kicks dragging his side up the field. A great shift from the midfielder.

Joe Aribo 8

Another performance on the big stage that will garner a host of suitors. Doesn’t look fazed at all. Out of everyone he looked the man that would unlock Sunderland.

Josh Parker 8

Another solid game, defended from the front. His endeavour to the end encapsulates this Charlton side. Won crucial free-kicks that lead to the goal.

Lyle Taylor 8

Vicious ball in for the equaliser but often found himself a frustrated figure swarmed by defenders. Needed to offer more when in possession. Not his best game, but he has set high standards this season.

Addicks Support: 11

Incredible, impeccable, and bloody deserving of going up!


Jonny Williams 8

Brilliant introduction. Took men on with success, winning dangerous free-kicks around the Sunderland box.