It looked as if Charlton might take all three points at Walsall tonight, but a last minute equaliser meant they had to share the spoils, although they remain 7th in the table. Addicks also had to digest the news that Jason Pearce will be out for ten weeks with knee ligament damage.
Rick Everitt tweeted that Charlton were well on top in the first half. They scored a good goal in the 13th minute when Tarique Fosu controlled Jake Forster-Caskey's lofted ball over the defence before superbly slotting home under pressure inside the box.
Saddlers goalkeeper Mark Gillespie did well to keep out Billy Clarke's thumping drive before exceptionally tipping Josh Magennis' header onto the post.
It was a slightly fortunate equaliser for the hosts in the 41st minute as Tyler Roberts stuck his leg out to turn Nicky Devlin's cross from the right home. Right at the death Holmes seemingly secured all three points as he volleyed home after Chris Solly's cross was cleared.
But a mere twelve seconds after kick off Agyei supplied the equaliser with a curling strike from distance as Walsall levelled for a second time.
Five lessons we learned from the game: Same old Charlton
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