Lincoln City player ratings vs Charlton: Imps undone by direct Addicks

Lincoln City suffered only their fourth away defeat of the season when they were beaten 3-1 by one of their potential play-off opponents, Charlton Athletic.

After a goalless first half, Jayden Stockley fired the Addicks after a knockdown by substitute Chuks Aneke, which the Imps found difficult to contain.

Ryan Inniss headed the second goal in the 65th minute, just under a minute later Aneke hit a big distraction from TJ Eyoma.

Harry Anderson withdrew one goal for City in stoppage time.

This is how we rated the performance of the Imps players.

Alex Palmer: Was suspended from his defense for goals he could do little against. 7/10

Regan Poole: Made some important lessons and put some good balls in the box. OK done. 6/10

Lewis Montsma: Looked really good in the first half but was undone when Charlton was more direct after the break. 5.5 / 10

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TJ Eyoma: Like Montsma, she struggled to contain Aneke after the break. Replaced by the returning Joe Walsh later in the half. 5.5 / 10

Cohen Bramall: I’ve moved up some good positions. Did OK before it was replaced in the second half. 6/10

Tayo Edun: He lost the ball a few times in dangerous positions but gave his usual bite in midfield. 6.5 / 10

Jorge Grant: In the deeper midfield role, the linked game played well, but had little influence from an attacking point of view. 6.5 / 10

James Jones: Had a decent game but not enough to force yourself into the settlement for a place in the play-offs. 6/10

Harry Anderson: Was probably the biggest threat to the Imps and hit its target well. 7/10

Callum Morton: He’ll bring himself to his knees if he missed two chances, one at 0-0 and the other at 1-0. 5.5 / 10

Anthony Scully: A busy show before he leaves the field injured in the second half, which is a problem before the play-offs. 6.5 / 10


Remy Howarth (for Scully): Worked hard but struggled to make an impact. 6/10

Max Sanders (for Bramall 63): Good possession. 6/10

Tom Hopper (for Grant 71): Created Charlton Problems. Has achieved City’s destination and could have had one itself. 7/10

Joe Walsh (for Eyoma 71): The biggest positive result of the night was that he got back into action before the play-offs. 6.5 / 10

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