Charlton manager Lee Bowyer felt his side were denied a perfectly legitimate goal in their 1-0 defeat to Huddersfield.

With the game goalless Lyle Taylor’s header was ruled out with the linesman flagging Naby Sarr off-side in the build-up.

The visitors were to capitalise on the Addick’s misfortune as Matty Daly struck in injury time to condemn Charlton to their fourth successive defeat.

“Again, the decisions have gone against us,” he said.

“I thought the first half wasn’t very good, and the second half we were much better, we were on the front foot and only one team that was going to win it.

“And we end up coming away with nothing.

“Two offsides, one when Lyle runs through, and he was miles onside.

“And the fourth official said he looked onside to me.

“Second one, Purrington’s shot came off the defender’s foot, looped in the air, Naby tapped it down and Lyle put it in.

“The referee said he was offside from the flick, there was no flick, he said he was offside, there was no offside.”

Bowyer admitted his injury ravaged side were lacking in areas on a wet night at The Valley, but felt the mounting number of refereeing decisions going against his side are starting to take a toll.

“There’s a lots of things we need, decisions to go our way.

“We deserved nothing at Middlesbrough but the goal they scored he was offside.

“At Luton, both goals, VAR cancels them 100%, and tonight.

“You’re talking about three games close together and decisions have not gone our way.

“They say it evens out but it doesn’t seem that way.”

Compounding his misery Huddersfield struck in injury time  after Chris Solly’s poor clearance allowed Daly to slot home.

“They score in injury from a poor clearance, we gifted a goal.

“We can’t coach what happened there.

“It hurts, it’s basics, clear your lines.

“High and distant, you get taught it as a six-year-old.

“That’s cost us the game.”