Stuart Dallas, who was playing semi-professional football two years ago in Northern Ireland, really shone against Charlton. The winger played mostly on the left, however much like Pritchard, rotated with the rest of the front three. He didn’t stop running all game and gave the Charlton defenders a torrid time. He managed two key passes and had one shot, although for the majority of the game, his objective was to get crosses into the box. His involvement in the starting eleven came as a surprise to many Bees fans but his work rate and performance showed why he had manager Mark Warburton’s backing.