The marks out of 10 as AFC Wimbledon scramble a draw against Charlton with a fine Tom Elliott strike.
James Shea 6: No chance with Charlton’s free-kick goal.
Barry Fuller 6: forced at half-time with an injury sustained making a goal-saving challenge late in the first half.
Paul Robinson 7: Dependable as ever at the heart of the rearguard.
Chris Robertson 5: Not the best of recalls for the big defender whose sloppy foul gave away the free-kick for Holmes’ goal
Sean Kelly 6: solid defensively, but not the best distribution going forward.
George Francomb 6: A decent enough job first in midfield and then deputising for the injured Fuller at full-back.
Jake Reeves 6: An early booking inhibited the former Brentford man who lacked some of his usual tenacity.
Tom Soares 6: Nothing spectacular from the former Crystal Palace and Stoke man on his home debut.
Dominic Poleon 6: The Dons leading scorer looked over anxious to please on his recall and was substituted late on.
Tom Elliott 7: The Dons’ target-man failed to impose himself for much of the contest but still had the last laugh.
Lyle Taylor 6: A late booking summed up his frustrating afternoon.
Andy Barcham 6: One surging run, but otherwise quiet.
Tyrone Barnet (for Poleon 82): no rating.
And the match...
Tom Elliott scored a stoppage-time leveller - and was then sent off as AFC Wimbledon salvaged a draw against south London rivals Charlton.
Dons were staring at back-to-back defeats when their talismanic striker latched onto a flick-on from a long ball forward to thrash a half-volley across Declan Rudd and inside the far post.
However, having already been booked, the target-man was harshly dismissed for excessive celebration.
The first half saw the good and decidedly ugly side Charlton’s Ricky Holmes. The Addicks’ midfielder gave his side a deserved lead with a delicious 20-yard free-kick, one Joe Aribo and Lee Novak might have added to with further decent chances.
Later in the half however Holmes was lucky to escape with a yellow after a terrible tackle on Dons’ striker Lyle Taylor.
Chris Robertson was narrowly wide with a header and Taylor twice went close as Dons improved after the break and their reward came late when Elliott struck
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