Player ratings from Charlton's 1-1 draw against Nottingham Forest.

Dillon Phillips – 7

Sat back watched the first half with his feet up, did not make one save all game which is partly due to Forrest’s incompetence. Could do nothing about their equaliser in the second half.

Ben Purrington – 6

The introduction of Albert Adomah in the second half caught the full-back by surprise after such an easy first half. Adapted well late on, but the damage had already been done.

Tom Lockyer – 8

Produced a goal-saving tackle to deny Lewis Grabban from pulling the trigger in the first half. A captain-like performance from the former Bristol Rover’s man.

Naby Sarr – 7

Fitted seamlessly alongside Lockyer in defence and carried out his iconic diagonal peach of a pass on several occasions.

Deji Oshilaja – 8

When the former AFC Wimbledon defender arrives home tonight and empties his pockets, you will find his keys, his wallet, and Sammy Ameobi.

Conor Gallagher – 8

This was only the 19-year-old’s third senior appearance, but if you were to go by the quality of his performance you’d think he has 100 Championship games under his belt.

Josh Cullen – 8

Did not give the Forrest midfield a second to catch their breath as they were either chasing him or his passes. Sensational performance.

Sam Field – 7

Marked his league debut for The Addicks with an adequate performance, the on-loan midfield linked up well with Gallagher and Cullen despite sitting the deepest in the diamond midfield.

Erhun Oztumer – 6

Finally made his debut his boyhood club 12 years after he was released, and put in a shift. Put himself about but the new recruit will need a few more games to recapture his match sharpness.

Jonathan Leko – 7

Caused Forrest all different types of problems. Went close to opening his account for Charlton in the first minute when his header was palmed onto the post and fluffed another golden opportunity from 10 yards in the second half.

Lyle Taylor – 9

What would they do without him? Another Championship game, another goal it is like clockwork for the striker.