Sheffield United extended their unbeaten League One run to 15 games this afternoon - but were frustrated not to come back from Charlton with all three points.
United dominated large parts of the game at The Valley and looked set to return north with the victory, before Patrick Bauer cancelled out Mark Duffy's earlier opener with the equaliser deep into stoppage time.
And James Shield, The Star's Sheffield United writer, said: "Another clever set-piece routine put them ahead, although Mark put his own twist on it by shooting rather than squaring the ball. But where United did fall down is their failure to go on from there and put the game to bed.
"They certainly had the chances to do so and will be desperately disappointed not to score two or three. I did suspect there would be a sting in the tail after so many chances had gone begging, and Bauer provided it.
"The unbeaten run contines, but the overriding feeling in the United dressing room is one of disappointment and frustration."
Hear James' full thoughts in the video above, and read his match report from The Valley HERE.