Here's how we rated Charlton's players in their 3-1 defeat to Stoke City.

Dillon Phillips - 5 - All three goals were decent finishes, with Nick Powell's header caught him in no man's land for the first one. Disaster nearly struck when he didn't catch a corner delivery before reclaiming it just in time.

Adam Matthews - 4 - He has been one of Charlton's more consistent performers since joining but this was one afternoon to forget. Inexplicably left James McClean unmarked for the opener before playing Tom Ince onside for the second.

Tom Lockyer - 5 - Put in some good blocks to deny Stoke, and led the way in aerial duels won, but got the wrong side of Nick Powell for their third goal.

Jason Pearce - 5 - Nearly put his team in danger a few times unnecessarily but was otherwise okay. Had a great chance to head home the opener but unfortunately missed Cullen's cross.

Ben Purrington - 6 - Made a great run to meet Andre Green's inviting cross at the far post for the equaliser. He's had to bide his time before coming back into the starting line-up but contributions like that go a long way. Replaced with Doughty.

Darren Pratley - 5 - Powell's combination play with his team-mates made it a tough afternoon for him. Not a lot to note from a quiet performance.

Josh Cullen - 5 - His corners were consistently well-placed and his neat combination play with Andre Green helped set up the equaliser. Maybe should have done more for the Ince goal as Williams never really looked like he was going to catch Allen.

David Davis - 5 - A decent debut. Committed two fouls in six minutes, with the latter leading up to the opening goal. Had to tame himself a little bit after being booked. Could be a nice addition.

Jonny Williams - 4 - Gave the ball away cheaply before Davis committed the first of two fouls inside six minutes. Created little, if anything, and caused Stoke very few problems. Replaced with Oztumer.

Andre Green - 6 - After struggling to get on the ball and influence the game he delivered an inch-perfect cross for Purrington to poke home.

Lyle Taylor - 5 - He was chasing shadows for the most part as the lone frontman. Didn't do enough to stop Powell from heading back across goal for the opener and had two decent chances that didn't work the goalkeeper enough.


Alfie Doughty - 5

Erhun Oztumer - 5