Sunderland were hit by a late blow as their good work was undone in the first half at Wigan, with the scores tied at 1-1 at the break,

The visitors almost made the breakthrough after 10 minutes when Bailey Wright's header from Aiden McGeady's corner was turned away, with good work from Jack Diamond initially to win the flag-kick.

McGeady then saw a 25-yard shot from a short free-kick tipped wide as the Black Cats pressed for the opener.

Sunderland got the goal their pressure had deserved when Charlie Wyke volleyed home McGeady's perfect cross at the far post.

However, the lead didn't last long, and Wigan were level when poor defending allowed Dodoo time to turn a corner back across goal, where Will Keane was able to rifle home from close range.

Here's how James Hunter has rated the Sunderland players so far. You can follow the second-half in our live blog here.

LEE BURGE 6

Could do nothing about the goal, but had made a good stop from Lang seconds before

LUKE O'NIEN 6

Late team change meant he moved to right-back, and has acquitted himself well

DION SANDERSON 6

Has done OK at the heart of defence

BAILEY WRIGHT 6

Back after a two-month lay-off and promoted to the starting XI just before kick-off due to McLaughlin's injury, he has been thrown in at the deep end

DENVER HUME 6

His first start since December and still feeling his way back to full fitness

JOSH SCOWEN 6

Some neat touches in midfield

MAX POWER 6

Has done OK but needs to impose himself on the game

JORDAN JONES 7

Wigan have found the only way to stop him is to foul him

AIDEN McGEADY 7

Provided the assist for the goal, and went close with a free-kick

JACK DIAMOND 7

His pace down the left flank has caused Wigan plenty of problems

CHARLIE WYKE 7

Back amongst the goals, as his volley ended his five-game drought