Charlton moved back into the top six thanks to Mark Marshall’s goal against Bury.

Marshall’s second-half strike was enough to see off League One’s bottom club.

Here is how News Shopper rated Charlton’s players…

Ben Amos - 6 - He could've sat in a deckchair all day - didn’t have a save to make.

Anfernee Dijksteel - 7 - A confident display from the youngster after his nervy moments at Southend on Boxing Day.

Ezri Konsa - 7 - He’s struggled with big and powerful strikers this season but did well against James Hanson.

Harry Lennon - 7 - He really cares about Charlton - it shows in his gusty performances. He didn't put a foot wrong.

Jay Dasilva - 6 - He was never troubled and had a comfortable afternoon attacking and defending.

Ahmed Kashi - 7 - The defensive rock was exactly that today. No one got past him.

Joe Aribo - 8 - He was back to his usual self after a poor performance against Oldham. He put the goal on a plate for Marshall after his fantastic work in the box.

Mark Marshall - 7 - He grew into the game in the second-half and showed Charlton fans what he’s all about. His goal ensured Charlton made it back-to-back league wins.

Ben Reeves - 5 - Like he has been in most of his Charlton appearances, Reeves was in and out of the game. His set-piece delivery was better than Ricky Holmes’ efforts, though.

Stephy Mavididi - 7 - He tried to do too much at times, he’d beat his man and then run back into him. But he was Charlton’s most threatening player.

Josh Magennis - 5 - Missed two very good chances in the first-half. He hasn't had a sight of goal in the last few games and hasn't been rested, so you can’t blame him too much.


Reeco Hackett-Fairchild - N/A

Jake Forster-Caskey - N/A

Johnnie Jackson - N/A

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