WANDERERS (3-5-2).


Didn’t need to make any showy saves but there was so much more to admire, particularly the strong arm he got on Campbell’s cross in the second half at a crucial moment in the game.


Now that’s what I call an answer to your critics. Used the ball well, defended his penalty box like a champion. MOM.


Catches the eye sometimes for his pace and power, even sometimes for being the biggest fella on the pitch – but folk miss that he is a very, very good defender. And this was pure defending.


Has looked a million bucks since coming back from international duty. Strode out with purpose on the ball, worked hard to protect the clean sheet too.


Really pinned Charlton back in the first half, causing all sorts of issues for Thomas. Had more defensive duties after the break but stuck to the task.


Didn’t take a backward step against a physical midfield and, playing a deeper role, did as much as anyone to keep Bolton pushing forward.


This was a big game for Morley, who needed to prove his first team credentials again, and he passed the test. Great use of the ball, as ever, and worked hard off it, too.


Looked spent by the time he was replaced by Maghoma – but had put in another massive shift for the team. Should have scored in the first half, if we’re nit-picking.


Another goal, another acrobatic celebration, and it could have been a hat-trick. Got himself into some great positions and looked all the better coming into the game fresh.


Just keeps adding the numbers, reaching double figures a good six weeks earlier than he did last season. Might have had more – but always a threat.


Another one who won’t get the headlines but deserves credit for getting through a huge workload on the day. Some really unselfish work on the ball.

Subs: Bodvarsson 71 (for Adeboyejo) – Held he ball really well in the latter stages.

Maghoma 75 (for Thomason) – Charlton struggled to cope when he got on the ball.

Nlundulu 78 (for Charles) – Bright cameo. Worked hard around the penalty box.

Not used: Iredale, Forrester, Jerome, Hutchinson.

Tactics 8/10 – Charlton couldn’t lay a finger on Bolton for 40 minutes, by which time the game was wrestled out of their grasp, and a lot had to do with the wing-backs, Williams and Dacres-Cogley, constantly pushing the home side back and finding space out wide.

Charlton (4-2-3-1): Maynard-Brewer; Watson, Hector, Jones, Thomas; Fraser, Dobson; Campbell, Camara, Blackett-Taylor; May.

Subs: Watson 58 (for Fraser), Leaburn 65 (for Camara), Aslimwe 65 (for Thomas).

Not used: Ness, Kirk, Tedic, Walker.

Referee: Geoff Eltringham 7/10 – Michael Appleton may beg to differ as the 30 seconds Thomas spent off the pitch felt longer, but from a Bolton perspective there was very little to complain about from the Tyne and Wear official.

Attendance: 14,342 (1888).