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edited September 2006 in General Charlton
Lisbie got one tonight as Charlton went on to win 3-2.

We were cruising and in complete control. Alastair John down the right was causing all sorts of problems. He has the pace of Rommedahl and is young, eager and direct.

Charlton went 2-0 ahead with goals from Jani Tanska and Osei Sankofa - both from set pieces.

Tanska looked solid at the back and kept a tight reign on Baros (although he did give away a penalty - either him of Gislason - couldnt quite make it out). Baros converted and this made it 2-1. Baros then slipped past Aswad Thomas (the other centre back on the evening) and with some individual skill slotted his second - 2-2.

The game was end to end action and both sides had several chances. It was Charlton who took the lead - Lloyd Sam picked up on the ball in his own half on the counter ran the length of the pitch straight through the centre and opted for a pass to the left, which Lisbie picked up and smacked in near post - 3-2.

Baros looked really good, but the Charlton defence did really well to keep him "reasonably" quiet. He did miss two sitters, but we had chances to extend our lead to about 4 or 5.

Randolph in goal also performed a few wonder saves, with Patrick Beef-Berger hitting all sorts of long range efforts.

All in all a good match and a few players for Dowie to ponder - who was also there sat next to Bob, his brother

Charlton: Randolph, Sankofa, Ashton, Wright, Tanska, A Thomas, John, Gislason, Lisbie, Walker, Sam.

Subs: Carvill, Nielsen, Yussuff, Wagstaff, Staunton.

Villa: Taylor, Williams, Bridges, O'Halloran, Bouma, Djemba-Djemba, Agathe, Osbourne, Hendrie, Baros, Berger.

Subs: Green, Olejnik, MacDonald, Kabeya.


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