Here’s how the players rated in Charlton’s 2-2 encounter at Craven Cottage.

Dillon Phillips 9

Had little to do in the first 45 despite conceding possession. That said, made a number of vital punches from teasing crosses in the second half. and a number of great saves, including a crucial point blank stop from Anthony Knockaert late on. Fantastic.

Chris Solly 8

A man who doesn’t get the credit he deserves. Nothing flashy but does the basics. Helped-out Lockyer at the back who seemed to be struggling to deal with the tricky Cavaleiro. His contribution going forward shouldn’t be underestimated either, a perfectly cushioned header for the opener was exquisite.

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Naby Sarr 6

Out of position for Fulham’s equaliser, dragged away from goal allowing Cavaleiro the space to drill home.

Jason Pearce 9

A mountain of a performance from the skipper despite conceding two. Stood up to the physicality of Mitrovic as you’d expect.

Tom Lockyer 7

Struggled against Cavaleiro in the first 45, with Solly helping out the Welshman in defence. Loves the competition and emptied the tank once again.

Jake Forster-Caskey 7

Shpwed great discipline in staying on the left. Dealt with the Knockaert threat superbly, so much so the Frenchman switched wings. Great delivery for the Charlton’s goal.

Josh Cullen 8

Influential both in defence and attack. Against a highly experienced and quality midfield the West Ham man more than held his own. Turns defence into attack in seconds.

Darren Pratley 7

May not grab the headlines in the middle of the park but put the opposition under huge pressure when in possession. A dog in the middle and covered every inch of Craven Cottage.

Jonny Williams 7

A man playing with confidence.  Had the run on Sessegnon at the back and looked to get at the back four at every opportunity. Forced Bettinelli into a good stop first half, and was at the centre of most things from the boy in red.

Conor Gallagher 8

Booked in the first half but continued to play the only way he knows how and got rewarded. A real find by Steve Gallen. Came from deep to sweep home the opener, reminiscent of a former goal scoring Chelsea midfielder.

Macauley Bonne 7

Endless running as always but lacks the composure in the final third. Got the goal his effort deserved but one wonders if there should be more end product from the forward.


Jonathan Leko

Fought a lonely battle up top and couldn’t get into the game.

Sam Field