Igor Vetokele credited with Charlton’s fifth goal in club-record victory at Stevenage following EFL review

Igor Vetokele has been credited with Charlton’s fifth goal in last Tuesday’s club-record victory at Stevenage, following a review from the EFL’s Dubious Goals Panel.

The strike had originally gone down as academy graduate George Lapslie’s goal.

Speaking after the match, Vetokele was adamant that he had got the slightest touches on the ball. The change in decision means that the striker now scored two goals on the night.

Last Tuesday, he said: “Yes I got two goals. Brett [our analyst] can confirm it that I got two. I’m happy with the win and I’m pleased with the way that we played.

“We continued in the second half, after scoring three in the first half, and we had a lot of young players in the team as well. It was a good performance overall.”

To read more from Vetokele, please click here.

Tuesday’s win – an 8-0 thrashing – went down as Charlton’s biggest ever since the club turned professional in 1921. To read more about the record victory, please click here.

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