Lyle Taylor scored against his former club as AFC Wimbledon slipped to the bottom of the League One table following their defeat to Charlton.

The 28-year-old netted on the hour mark before substitute Mark Marshall secured all three points with a well-struck effort to beat goalkeeper Joe McDonnell.

Wimbledon, who have now lost seven consecutive games away from home in the league this season, now have 15 points after 22 games.

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Here’s how we rated AFC Wimbledon’s players…

Joe McDonnell – 6 – Was tested in the second half after a quiet first 45 minutes. Did brilliantly to thwart Nicky Ajose who looked to be one-on-one with him, not at fault for either goal.

Tennai Watson – 6 – Was clattered by Naby Sarr in under a minute and struggled against Tariqe Fosu at times, lost the ball poorly for Charlton’s first goal.

Will Nightingale – 6 – He was tasked with marking Taylor but it was a handful for him. The striker’s hold-up play was very good and Nightingale struggle to stop it when faced with him.

Terell Thomas – 5 – Didn’t do enough to prevent Taylor from getting on the end of Ajose’s cross for the opener, and was a bit late in coming over for the Marshall strike.

Ben Purrington – 6 – A decent performance, though Charlton didn’t have an out-and-out threat against him after the Sarr sending off.

Anthony Wordsworth – 6 – Made some important blocks, preventing Ben Reeves from pulling some dangerous passes in midfield, but his passing was wayward – partially due to the conditions.

Anthony Hartigan – 6 – Put in a shift to help shore up the midfield with his energy and work rate.

Tom Soares – 7 – Didn’t give Charlton any easy way through the centre of the park, however, he also blew Wimbledon’s best chance of the first 45 minutes.

Scott Wagstaff – 6 – Fosu was able to get past him with quick feet, even when he came back to defend, and going forward the final third execution wasn’t quite there.

Mitch Pinnock – 5 – Didn’t get to do much in 33 minutes, however, the second yellow was probably a bit harsh. First booking was deserved.

Andy Barcham – 7 – He helped connect play for Wimbledon going forward and had a lonely job up top after Pinnock’s sending off.


James Hanson – 6

Jake Jervis – 6

Tyler Burey – 7