Marc Pugh put Rangers in front for the second time, but it was not enough for all three points

Naby Sarr scored deep into injury-time to earn Charlton Athletic a precious point in a derby draw with Queens Park Rangers, although their winless run still moves on to 11 games.

The Addicks twice had to come from behind in the first meeting of the sides since April 2016, as Lyle Taylor nudged the ball past Joe Lumley on his first start since August to cancel out Geoff Cameron’s opener from a Eberechi Eze free-kick.

Marc Pugh, having combined with impact substitute Bright Osei-Samuel to restore the lead, looked to have won it for Rangers with his goal 20 minutes from time.

But Sarr, pushed up front in desperation by away boss Lee Bowyer, pounced on a sloppy back-header by the home defence and kept his cool to beat Lumley five minutes into time added on.

More to follow.



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