Saturday 20th October 2012
HT: 0-0
Att: 26,185

Charlton Ath 0
Barnsley FC 1


Cywka 64


A good away win for the Reds see's us move up to 16th with form that would suggest at least a top half berth for Keith Hills side.
With Thomasz Cywka getting the crucial goal that see's the Reds leave the capital with three points as we continue to dominate our opposition.

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It was the second win away from home this season, and we controlled things throughout, on Sky they said.. "Charlton have been footballed to death by Barnsley". All good stuff, and we really are a complete footballing side this year, add another striker and we might get the goals that will see us up higher in the table, as its the goals that count even if you create all day.

Cywka got in to claim his second goal of the campaign to give Barnsley the win we richly deserved.

We hammered at the Charlton Athletic goal in the first period but depsite attempts on goal from Mellis, Dawson and Cywka himself the Charlton goal survived for 45 minutes and the sides went in goalless. Chris Dagnall again performed well again with his work horse performances but again he was denied as perhaps the best chance of the first half was struck by him in the 35th minute but was saved well by the Charlton keeper.

Alnwick in the Barnsley goal had nothing to do until 3 minutes before the break as he managed to tip Dale Stephens free kick over the bar.

Powell made some urgent changes at half time in an attempt to change the course of the game, but the Barnsley dominance continued, and it reaped dividends on the 64th minute as Thomas Cywka thundered a shot in from 12 yards out powerfully into the roof of the net.

This came after Chris Dagnall went close again to opening the scoring as his volley from a Mellis cross flew just wide of the Charlton goal.

Charlton attempted in vain to get back into it with a late on rally, with Pritchard going the closest with a long range drive straight down the throat of Alnwick. Barnsley held on for a well derserved Brilliant three points away from home.

Keith Hills comments on the game:

"The result is key but the performance is a reflection on what we have been doing most of the season.

"We could make it easier for ourselves if we converted chances. We controlled everything really. They had a bit of momentum at the end. Having the ball is key and getting it back is key.

"At the moment we have a front-door key and a back-door key."


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