'If we don’t get a striker that can score we can kiss promotion goodbye' - Sunderland fans react after Charlton draw

Sunderland had to settle for a point away at Charlton, with supporters frustrated the strikers didn’t take their chances in the 0-0 draw.

Tom Flanagan was sent off for Sunderland midway through the second half, the defender shown a straight red card.

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Sunderland fans were quick to react at the full-time whistle, here’s the best of the social media reaction:

Charlie Wyke has a chance for Sunderland.Charlie Wyke has a chance for Sunderland.
Charlie Wyke has a chance for Sunderland.

Browny tweeted: “@SunderlandAFC if we don’t get a striker that can score we can kiss promotion goodbye! How many games?....”

Eddy Bamber tweeted: “Charlie Wyke up front is the personification of fitting a square peg into a round hole”

Craig Dale tweeted: “Wyke worse than graham - how’s it possible nearly matches our championship gk situation”

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Mr. B added: “We are creating chances but #SAFC need a striker who knows where the net is!!”

Stephen Kennedy tweeted: “Imagine if you could finish a chance... #safc”

Matthew added: “Wyke Grigg Graham and O’Brien won’t score 20 goals between them this season. And that is why we won’t won’t get into the top 2 places.”

Jordan Kay added: “Going to cost us this season having a collection of strikers that don't score goals #safc”

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Gerry McGregor tweeted: “Sign of madness is repeating the same mistake again & again. It's no good having a lot of possession without having someone to score. Number of seasons we have not had anyone who can score. Our front 2 have proved they can't here. We buy Graham who failed here. No change. #safc”

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