WANDERERS 1 CHARLTON 1: Player ratings
Made a couple of fine saves from Kermorgant and Church to preserve a point, picking up an elbow injury in the process.
What a finish! Had his team-mates showed that composure in front of goal then Wanderers fans would not have ended up so frustrated.
Struggled to contain Kermorgant and Church early on but eventually tuned in as Charlton went more direct in the second half.
Also looked shaky in the opening stages but improved dramatically as the game wore on and the visitors became more predictable.
A marked improvement on his performance at Wigan a week earlier, Baptiste tried to get forward and link up with the attack.
Thundered into tackles but fell into the same trap as a lot of his team-mates, passing without real penetration. Off form.
Whilst Eagles did put in a couple of quality crosses, Wanderers needed more from him. Little flashes of skill are not enough.
Worked tirelessly, with a lot of his efforts made in a defensive capacity. Will be a huge miss in midfield when he returns to Leicester.
A couple more pieces of skill to add to his highlight reel but Wanderers needed something real from their chief playmaker at present.
The Korean’s link-up play was fine, he showed some decent touches, but his shooting left a lot to be desired on the day.
One brilliant improvised moment nearly turned the game but it proved a frustrating day in front of goal for the youngster.
Subs: Davies 6, 73 (for Chung-Yong) – Warm reception from crowd but didn’t get into game.
Beckford 5, 79 (for Mason) – Missed a big chance to win the game for Wanderers.
Hall 5, 86 (for Danns) - Not enough time to have an impact.
Not used: Lee-Barrett, Knight, Pratley, Medo.
STAR MAN – Kevin McNaughton
What a big hole the experienced full-back will leave behind when he returns to Cardiff City.
Has barely put a foot wrong at the Reebok and signed off with a really well-taken goal of which any striker on the pitch would have been proud.