Charlton Athletic are now winless in their last 10 league games after being held to a frustrating 2-2 draw with Hull City at The Valley.
In a first-half of few clear-cut chances, Darren Pratley opened the scoring for the Addicks in the 34th minute, heading home Conor Gallagher’s corner.
However, Hull’s Jarrod Bowen equalised just two minutes after the interval, tapping in after an inviting cross from Kamil Grosicki.
Charlton’s response was almost immediate, defender Naby Sarr putting the Addicks back in front following Jonathan Leko’s teasing cross.
And as the visitors searched for an equaliser, Charlton stopper Dillon Phillips had to be at his best to deny Bowen’s swivelled volley late on.
But in the sixth minute of stoppage time Phillips became the victim of the cruellest ending as Keane Lewis-Potter’s header hit the post before ricocheting off the keeper and into the net.
The result means Charlton have collected just three points from their last 30 and sit 17th in the table.