SHEFFIELD Wednesday came from two goals behind to claim a point with a much deserved 2-2 draw at home against Charlton Athletic.
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Chris Powell officially takes over as Charlton boss on Monday and he will be disappointed not to do so on the back of a victory after Scott Wagstaff and a Johnnie Jackson penalty put the Addicks two up inside six minutes at Sheffield Wednesday.
But the Owls, just a point behind thier League One rivals, produced a spirited fightback - even though Tommy Miller had his 38th-minute penalty saved by Rob Elliot.
Half-time substitute Paul Heffernan turned the game around when he netted within two minutes of coming on and Reda Johnson (51) made it 2-2 four minutes later.
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Results: Saturday, January 15, 2011:
Coventry v Sheffield United 0-0 (HT:0-0)
Hull City v Barnsley 2-0 (HT:0-0)
Doncaster Rovers v Reading 0-3 (HT:0-1)
Npower League One:
Sheffield Wednesday v Charlton Athletic 2-2 (HT:0-2)
Npower League Two:
Chesterfield v Stevenage 1-0 (HT:1-0)
Rotherham United v Southend 1-2 (HT:0-2)
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