Here's how we rated AFC Wimbledon's players in their defea to Charlton.

Scott Ramsdale - 7 - Pulled off some excellent saves to deny Charlton, particularly substitute Tariqe Fosu late on in the game. He was superb and never really let the defence down.

Toby Sibbick - 7 - Mark Marshall did pull off some great runs when he was on the ball but Sibbick did make some great defensive interventions.

Terrell Thomas - 7 - Made the pull-back pass for Folivi to finish. Did partner with Nightingale well in the three-man defence, doubled up to keep Lyle Taylor at bay.

Will Nightingale - 8 - The young captain was at the heart of the Dons defence, tasked with keeping a pretty lethal striker at bay. He did that really well and looked to have rattled the former Wimbledon forward a bit.

Paul Kalambayi - 6 - Didn't have too much trouble on his wing and was involved in ensuring a lot of Charlton's shots were far away from Ramsdale's goal.

Steve Seddon - 6 - Looked shaky in the first half but improved in the second 45 minutes, crucially headed away Cullen's cross into the box after it looked destined to meet someone in the box.

Anthony Hartigan - 6 - Charlton's Joe Aribo did control the midfield and Hartigan did find himself in trouble on occasions having to deal with him. Replaced by Shane McLoughlin.

Anthony Wordsworth - 6 - Fired a rocket of a volley early in the first half at Charlton's goal that Dillon Phillips laid claim to quite easily. Got his body in the way often to prevent the Addicks getting too close. Replaced by Barcham.

Scott Wagstaff - 6 - Ran the hard yards in midfield and got close to the box in the process, however, his deliveries were not always accurate. His energy did help pick off Charlton early on.

Michael Folivi - 7 - Excellent finish early on as the opposition defence simply switched off. Partnered up top well with Pigott and gave the back four a headache. Replaced by James Hanson.

Joe Pigott - 8 - A huge handful for Patrick Bauer all afternoon, the defender had to body him nearly every time due to his physical presence. Unlucky not to score, in truth.


Andy Barcham - N/A

James Hanson - 6

Shane McLoughlin - 6