Nigel Adkins as soon as once more had reward for assistant supervisor Johnnie Jackson after Charlton scored from one other deadball scenario in Tuesday’s 3-1 victory over Lincoln City.
Ryan Inniss headed residence Albie Morgan’s deep nook kick to place the South London membership 2-0 up in midweek.
And Chuks Aneke additionally transformed the younger midfielder’s free-kick proper on the loss of life on Saturday to earn a 1-1 draw at Accrington Stanley.
Ryan Inniss is unmarked to go Charlton 2-0 forward Pictures: Keith Gillard
Charlton Athletic v Lincoln City SkyBet League One, The Valley, 04 May 2021
“We’re an enormous menace from set-pieces,” mentioned Charlton boss Adkins. “I believe we’ve scored extra objectives from set-pieces than anybody within the league.
“An ideal work out from Johnnie Jackson. Lots of reward for Johnnie and what he has accomplished. We look very strong defensively and from set-pieces.
“We scored a vital objective on the weekend from a set-piece. We work arduous at them. Great credit score to Johnnie Jackson for that, and Ryan Inniss for scoring a objective.
“It was the identical factor on the weekend however his header went the flawed aspect of the submit [in the second half]. He will get that free header. That may’ve been the winner [at Accrington]. Today it’s the second to place us in a stronger place within the recreation.”
PICTURES: KEITH GILLARD
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