Here's how we rated Charlton's players in their 2-2 draw with Barnsley at Oakwell.

Dillon Phillips - 7 - He's been a little unlucky of late, conceding goals in bizarre circumstances, but he shone today. There could have been another one when it appeared a Charlton player headed towards his own goal. Could do nothing about Cauley Woodrow's wonder strike, made some good saves.

Chris Solly - N/A - Was forced off when he clashed heads with Barnsley's Ben Williams. Replaced with Deji Oshilaja after 24 minutes.

Jason Pearce - 8 - Imperious. Alongside Lockyer, the two centre backs were solid at the heart of Charlton's rearguard. Made some excellent interventions throughout.

Tom Lockyer - 8 - Similarly lofty praise goes for the new Addick, although, he was beaten quite easily by Conor Chaplin for what could have been Barnsley's third goal. Still impressive.

Ben Purrington - 7 - Missed a guilt-edge chance just minutes into the game, and really should have scored. Was not as effective going forward as he usually is, but dealt with the threat of Mallik Wilks quite well.

Darren Pratley - 7 - Darren Pratley again doing Darren Pratley things. The midfielder, 34, again anchored the midfield and was a disruptive force in front of the back four. Think he almost headed in an own goal?

Conor Gallagher - 7 - Struck his second goal in as many Championship games to continue an impressive start to his loan spell. Lost possession a few times, due to Barnsley's high pressing, but was energetic and combative throughout.

Josh Cullen - 7 - Like Gallagher, Barnsley's harassing style to win the ball back challenged him quite a bit. That said, he still performed well. Had a good chance blocked early on before denying one himself in the second-half.

Jonny Williams - 9 - We might be seeing the best of the fan favourite as he hits full stride. He helped to set up the first goal and was a constant thorn in the hosts' side. Man of the match.

Jonathan Leko - 6 - A mixed bag. You're not really sure what you're going to get with Leko sometimes and this game tested him. Sometimes he did well in one-on-one situations, while other times he fluffed his lines. Needs patience to perform well more consistently.

Lyle Taylor - 7 - Who else to score the penalty? This man must not know the meaning of the word 'pressure' as he strolled to the ball and slotted it home. Charlton fans must have had their hearts in their mouths when he went down.


Deji Oshilaja - 7

Chuks Aneke - 6

Macauley Bonne - N/A