There are a number of ways of looking at Charlton's 2-2 draw at Bournemouth. It was their 10th game without a win, but an away draw at promotion chasing Bournemouth is not the worst of results.
However, the Cherries seem to have dominated the action. They had 54 per cent of the possession and 13 shots on target to seven by Charlton. They also had 15 corners to just three for the Addicks.
Wagstaff put the Addicks ahead from close range on 28 minutes after a shot by Nouble was blocked. But two minutes later the home side equalised after a poor back pass by Racon allowed Pugh to score forom a header.
On 57 minutes Danny Hollands put the Cherries ahead with a deflected shot. But Bradley Wright-Phillips replied on 81 minutes with a strioke into the bottom corner of the net.
In the five minutes added on, Pugh hit the underside of the bar and then Semedo had to block a shot on the line.