Sodje strike keeps Addicks in hunt

Sam Sodje kept Charlton in with a chance of automatic promotion from League One as they defeated Carlisle 1-0 at The Valley on Easter Monday.

Last Updated: 05/04/10 at 18:58 Post Comment

Sodje: Bagged the all-important winner

Sodje: Bagged the all-important winner

More of the games that matter

Upgrade in minutes or watch with a NOW TV Day Pass.

The centre-back rose to meet Frazer Richardson's in-swinging corner in the 44th minute and thundered in a header from three yards out at the back post.

Richardson's delivery caused problems for Carlisle all match and he found Nicky Forster at the back post with another in-swinging corner, but the striker's header from four yards out was smothered on the line by Adam Collin.

The right-back also nearly found the top right-hand corner with a 40-yard free-kick from the left, but Collin got across to palm the ball over.

Carlisle rarely threatened and could have lost by more as Jonjo Shelvey missed two great chances, hitting a rebound wide in the 76th minute from six yards and shooting straight at two defenders five minutes later.

Football365 Facebook Fan Page

The Football365 fan page is a great place to meet like minded people, have football related discussions and make new friends.

More Match Results

Tuesday, 31 March 2015
19:45
Bradford 0-1 Chesterfld Report
Sunday, 29 March 2015
14:15
Fleetwood 1-1 Preston Report
Saturday, 28 March 2015
15:00
Bradford 2-0 Oldham Report
Bristol C 2-2 Barnsley Report
Chesterfld 1-0 Walsall Report
Crawley 1-2 Gillingham Report
Leyton Or 3-1 Port Vale Report
Notts Co 2-2 Scunthorpe Report
Peterboro 0-1 Coventry Report
Rochdale 2-1 Yeovil Report

Footer 365

Raheem Sterling will not resume Liverpool contract talks until the summer

Raheem Sterling has confirmed that he will not resume talks over a new contract with Liverpool until the summer.

Celtic manager Ronny Deila keen on new loan for Jason Denayer

Celtic manager Ronny Deila will try to persuade Jason Denayer and Manchester City to extend the centre-back's loan.

De Gea: United 'cannot' fail

David De Gea says that Manchester United must qualify for the Champions League next season "no matter what".

Mail Box

Is This The End Of Ex-Players As Managers?

Do massive wages and cushty TV numbers signal the end of the ex-high-profile player turned manager? Plus Liverpool fans don't actually say the 'next year' thing...

A Solution For The Premier League's 39th Game...

One morning Mailboxer solves the 39th game conundrum. Plus England were actually alright, Harry Kane is rubbish again and do Arsenal have the most embarrassing fans?

© 2015 Sky Ltd. All Rights Reserved A Sky Sports Digital Media company