Charlton left Craven Cottage with a point after being pegged back twice in an entertaining four-goal outing in West London.

Conor Gallagher gave Lee Bowyer’s men the lead at the break before eight second half minutes saw Fulham draw level twice.

Ivan Cavaleiro and Aleksandar Mitrovic striking either side of Macauley Bonne’s header which briefly saw the Addicks re-take the lead.

Fulham’s searched for a late winner and thought they found one only to be denied by a great point-blank stop from Dillon Phillips in the Charlton goal which gave his side the point they deserved.

After a bright start from Bowyer’s men, the home side settled and dictated possession, albeit without creating any clear-cut chances.

Charlton should’ve struck first on 20 minutes but Darren Pratley’s header from a wicked Josh Cullen delivery was straight at Marcus Bettinelli in the Fulham goal.

On 35 minutes Bettinelli was called into action again, this time to deny a Jonny Williams effort that came after a rapid break.

Charlton looked threatening on the counter, and on 41 minutes they got their reward.

Jake Forster-Caskey’s deep cross found Solly who’s cushioned header perfectly found Gallagher who swept home from 12-yards out giving the Addicks the lead they'd feel theyb deserved.

Parker introduced Bobby Decordova-Reid at the break and he made his mark on 55minutes.

Playing a one-two with Cavaleiro, he dragged Naby Sarr out of position allowing the on-loan Wolves winger space to drill home past Phillips.

The celebrations were short lived as Bonne gave Charlton the lead two minutes later.

Failing to clear from corner, the forward rose higher than Alfie Mawson to flick home Darren Pratley’s cross.

Before there was a chance to catch your breath, Mitrovic had levelled for the home side after a couple of warnings where they hit the bar.

On 63 minutes the Serbian showed some neat footwork to drill home from close rang after Tom Cairney’s header was superbly stopped by Phillips.

Second viewing shows the forward was off-side when Cairney’s headed goal-wards.   

Charlton were sinking deeper and deeper and was it not for Phillips making a sublime goal from Decordova-Reid from close range, they would’ve left empty handed after the home side piled the pressure on the Addicks net.