Saturday, 25 August 2012

Charlton 0 - 0 Hull

Charlton maintained their unbeaten run in the League by earning a draw against Steve Bruce's Hull City.  On a day when the weather took a turn for the worse, both teams battled on despite torrential rain and some appalling conditions on the pitch.

Hull had the better of the chances overall and had it not been for some excellent goalkeeping by Charlton ace Ben Hamer, City may have just nicked it, though a draw seemed a fair result judging by the radio commentary.  Hamer made a string of good saves including winning a one on one against Sone Aluko who probably should have done better.

Charlton had the ball in the net after Kermorgant pounced on a rebound after a good run and shot by Bradley Wright-Phillips.  Unfortunately for the Addicks Kermorgant was adjudged to be offside and the goal was ruled out.  Replays showed that the referee's assistant got it wrong and the goal should have stood, though that might have been a bit harsh on Hull who deserved to take a point from the game.

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