Josh Cullen, on loan from West Ham United, played well for Charlton Athletic against Doncaster Rovers on Friday.
West Ham United-owned Charlton Athletic midfielder Josh Cullen has taken to Twitter to give his reaction to his side’s win against Doncaster Rovers in the League One playoff semi-finals.
Charlton lost the second leg of their League One playoff semi-final tie against Doncaster 3-2 at home on Friday evening.
The tie ended 4-4 on aggregate after extra time, and the Addicks won the penalty shootout 4-3.
Cullen, who joined Charlton on loan from Premier League club West Ham in the summer of 2018, started the second leg on Friday evening and played well for the home team.
The 23-year-old midfielder has taken to Twitter to revel in the win, and Charlton fans have responded to his message.
I love this picture of you. Look at that passion!— Valley Floyd Fred (@ValleyFloydFred) May 18, 2019
Josh you was the only thing keeping it going through the midfield and Dillon what a great season you have had took your chance when it came.come on boys 1 more game and you will all go down as Charlton athletic heroes just like the team of 1998— Daniel Davenport (@dancafc80) May 18, 2019
Well played tonight Josh. You didn’t stop running all night— Natalie Smith (@Nataliecafc) May 18, 2019
Boy you can run son, an engine like I’ve not seen since The Boy Bowyer. If West Ham don’t play you in the Premier we’ll have you back no worries.— Andrew Buckland (@ab54666) May 18, 2019
Unreal Please stay— Dan Thomas (@DanThomas__) May 18, 2019
As always Josh you were excellent and had some balls of steel to step up and take that pen— kevin Taylor (@taylorkevin9_a) May 18, 2019
Never leave Josh— George Summerfield (@summerfield94) May 18, 2019
Tireless, spread the play, great free-kicks but ditch that corner routine. Good peno btw— MICHAEL STANLEY (@wellwickman) May 18, 2019
Charlton will face Sunderland in the League One playoff final at Wembley Stadium in London next weekend.
The Addicks finished above the Black Cats in the league table in the ‘regular’ season, and they will consider themselves as favourites to get the better of Jack Ross’s side in the final and clinch promotion to the Championship.