Here’s how Charlton’s players rated in their 3-1 win over table toppers Luton Town.

Dillon Phillips

Couldn’t do much for the opener but proved his worth soon after with a sublime top corner save. Distribution from foot was a little wayward, finding touch on more than one occasion. 7

Chris Solly

Showed great attacking ability high up the pitch and delivered a number of testing crosses. Solid in defence as you’d expect and made the right decisions on when to venture forward. 7

Patrick Bauer

One of the most reliable defenders in the league and proved it once again. Made on error in the first half when caught out of position but went unpunished. Stepped out of the back with the ball well. 7

READ: Report: Charlton 3-1 Luton Town

Naby Sarr

Attempted the Hollywood pass once too often. Guilty of holding on for too long at the back and nearly got pick-pocketed on more than one occasion in the first half. Second half, like every bother Addick raised their game to a level Town couldn’t compete with. 7

Ben Purrington

Ventured forward frequently and left his defence exposed when possession was lost. Looked a little tentative when on the ball deep in Luton’s half in the opening 45, but had a huge influence down the left in the second despite not getting forward as frequent. 6

Jonny Williams

Buzzed around the pitch in threatening areas but end product let him down, not the only midfielder you could say that for. Despite the lack of end product, dragged the side up the field quickly and often and despite some home fans getting on the Welshmans back, his contribution can’t be underestimated. 7

Krystian Bielik

Magnificent in the middle and looked a cut above. Sometimes tries to do too much by stepping into a more advanced role when he can see his fellow middle-men struggling to make an impact. A number of times his long-legs got a toe in and halted a sure threat. Exquisite assist for the second. What a find he’s been. 9

Josh Cullen

Set piece deliveries were poor and failed to beat the first man on more than one occasion. Passed nicely as always and popped up in a number of good positions. That final ball however, was missing. Sat deeper in the second half and dictated play from the quarterback position. 7

Joe Aribo

Quiet game by his standards. Did nothing wrong but failed to impose HIS game on a powerful and well organised organised Luton midfield. Came more to life when moved behind the front two. 7

Igor Vetoklele

One of best games since returning to the side, has the pace to beat most defenders but maybe not the composure to make the right pass at the right time. That said, took his goal superbly and his assist for Taylor’s second was inch perfect. His confidence will have been given a huge boost. 8

Lyle Taylor

Popped up everywhere. Unfortunate to see his effort rebound off the bar after some VERY heavy-handed treatment form the Town skipper. Still as always the Addicks most lethal weapon, and proved it again. 8