AFC Wimbledon 1 Charlton Athletic 1
Next season’s new kit should have a big D on it. If Martin Sandgaard’s black box of analytic data doesn’t include brain cells then it should.
Ryan Inniss made Alex Gilbey look like Mastermind tonight. I don’t think I have ever seen a Charlton player make such a bad tackle. Inniss had six and a bit games to make a claim for a new contract, and now he is suspended for three. I don’t expect we will see him again.
We took the lead with ten men, and probably would have won with eleven. The move for the goal and the finish was alien to the rest of the game. Possibly one of our goals of the season. Fast forward to that if you watch the highlights and then turn off.
Matthews lung-busting run and cross was delicious and he was our best player, in fact none of them were terrible, or have I just got used to bottom half of Division 3 dross?
The Dons were poor and look like they will drop. We should have killed them off in the opening twenty minutes, but of course we didn’t. They looked short of confidence and ability, although they did have a couple of players that could send in a decent cross, one of which led to the 87th minute equalizer.
Jackson pretty much had a full squad to pick from tonight, haphazardly but not cheaply put together compared to many of the teams above us.
They are an embarrassment and we deserve better.
Jacko: “It’s silly, it’s naive, it’s reckless, it’s a red card. I can’t defend that one. I’m very disappointed with that.” – On Inniss’ straight red.
Photo credit: Kyle Andrews