Tuesday, 20 March 2012

Convincing win for Charlton?

Charlton's 3-0 victory over Yeovil tonight looks like a convincing win on paper, but moaners are already saying it was a poor performance.   Perhaps the Yeovil fan in the Sheepside stand at Leamington tonight was nearer the truth when he said that Charlton would simply have too much quality for the Glovers.

Danny N'Guessan grabbed a goal on his debut when his cross-cum-shot sailed through the hands of keeper Sam Walker to give the Addicks a half-time lead.    Perhaps he is another Kermorgant style signing by Chris Powell, but moaners declared that it was a fluke goal.

Bondz Ngala's snap-shot was well saved by Ben Hamer but Bradley Wright-Phillips nodded in unmarked from six yards as the visitors switched off.

Nelson D'Ath struck a crossbar for the Glovers, but Darel Russell poked home a great  Rhoys Wiggins' cross to seal victory for the Addicks.

For some of those who were there Cort was man of the match, winning every header.   He replaced Taylor, who has been below par recently, and was relegated to the bench.

Elsewhere, Sheffield United did a 5-2 demolition job on Notts County, while the Massives scored a last minute equaliser to share the points with mighty Walsall.   Another truimph for the 'we're already promoted' team.

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