Stevenage 0-8 Charlton Athletic U21: PLAYER RATINGS as Addicks rout Boro in record-breaking Checkatrade Trophy victory

PUBLISHED: 21:44 09 October 2018 | UPDATED: 21:50 09 October 2018

Stevenage 0-8 Charlton Athletic. Credit Layth Yousif

Stevenage 0-8 Charlton Athletic. Credit Layth Yousif

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Stevenage lost 8-0 at home to Charlton Athletic at the Lamex on a sorry night for Boro. Read on for Layth Yousif’s PLAYER RATINGS

Stevenage:

Will Appleyard: 4 - Conceded two goals in two first half minutes to set the tone for a miserable evening. Could perhaps have been more assertive with the third goal. Let in five more in the second half including Toby Stephenson’s screamer which he had no chance with. Will be better for the experience one would hope

John Hunt: 4 - Not a good evening

Luke Wilkinson: 4 - Experienced but overwhelmed

Terence Vancooten: 3 - Needs to deliver what his manager expects of him in terms of defensive solidity and intensity. Not good enough from such a talented defender

Mark McKee: 4 - Good to see such a talent back playing football but he will know he can play so much better

James Ball: 4 – Will be disappointed with his performance

Emmanuel Sonupe: 4 - Not as effective as he would have liked

Arthur Iontton: 3 - Anonymous

Donovan Makoma: 3 Disappointing

Andronicos Georgiou: 2 - Subbed before the half an hour mark

Danny Newton: 4 - Substituted at half-time for Alex Reid was no indication of his talent or commitment, more a nod to the fact Dino Maamria wants him fresh for Saturday’s trip to Newport

Substitutes:

James Ferry: 4 - On for Georgiou before 30 minutes had elapsed

Alex Reid: 3 - On for Newton during the break

Liam Smyth: 2 - On for Sonupe early in the second half

Charlton:

Dillon Phillips: 8

Anfernee Duksteel: 8

Mark Marshall: 8

Igor Vetokele: 8

Darren Pratley: 8

Jamie Ward: 8

Naby Sarr: 8

Nicky Ajose: 8

George Lapsley: 8

Taylor Maloney: 8

Toby Stevenson: 9


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