Josh Cullen’s stoppage-time penalty earned Charlton Athletic an ill-tempered 2-2 draw at 10-man West Bromwich Albion.
The Baggies went ahead after 10 minutes through midfielder Matt Phillips before the Addicks equalised on the hour from Macauley Bonne’s header.
In the 67th minute, West Brom saw defender Nathan Ferguson shown a straight red card for a foul on Chris Solly.
Substitute Hal Robson-Kanu then looked to have secured the hosts’ victory with just nine minutes left.
However, Charlton were awarded a penalty deep into injury time after Semi Ajayi collided with Naby Sarr with Cullen keeping his cool from the spot.
Meanwhile, Gary Rowett enjoyed the perfect start to his time in charge of Millwall with a 2-0 win over former club Stoke City.
Ben Thompson’s first goal of the season set the home side on their way before Jed Wallace’s penalty 15 minutes from time secured all three points.
Stoke threatened to spoil the party in the second half, but Millwall defended doggedly before striking on the counter-attack.
Elsewhere, Fulham had goalkeeper Marek Rodak sent off after just 17 minutes for handball outside the penalty area but held on to claim a goalless draw away to Middlesbrough.
And finally, Leyton Orient were unable to find a first league win at Brisbane Road for new boss Carl Fletcher as Jack Iredale cancelled out Josh Wright’s opening goal from the penalty spot in a 1-1 draw with Carlisle United.