Latics bounced back from their first defeat of the season with a powerful 3-0 victory at the Valley.
- Recap Latics' 3-0 away win at Charlton Athletic in September.
- Gavin Massey's brace and a late strike from Sam Morsy earned victory at the Valley.
- Latics picked up their first ever win away to the Addicks.
CHARLTON ATHLETIC 0 - 3 WIGAN ATHLETIC
TUESDAY 12 SEPTEMBER 2017
SKY BET LEAGUE ONE
Latics bounced back from their first defeat of the season against Shrewsbury Town in style, brushing Charlton Athletic aside as Gavin Massey's double and a late strike from Sam Morsy earned a 3-0 victory at the Valley.
It was Latics' fourth win from their opening six matches, sparking a run of three consecutive victories without conceding a goal.
Massey opened the scoring one minute before half time when he tapped in Reece James' cross at close quarters, before doubling Latics' lead with 20 minutes to play, driving a low shot beyond Ben Amos from Nathan Byrne's cut back.
Captain Morsy added a third to round of the win three minutes from time when he picked up on a loose ball inside the area to poke the ball home from 12 yards.
Paul Cook's side are the first Latics team to win at Charlton in five attempts.
Latics collected their fourth victory against Charlton in nine meetings.