Charlton remained fifth in League One after drawing with Oxford United.

Tariqe Fosu gave the Addicks an 18th-minute lead before Christian Ribeiro’s volley levelled the score.

Charlton created chances of their own as did Oxford - and a draw was a fair result.

Here are five things we learned…

The Naby Sarr revival shows no sign of stopping

Charlton’s 3-1 win over Fleetwood was Sarr’s best performance in a Charlton shirt - until his display against Oxford last night.

He was filling in for talented youngster Ezri Konsa, who Karl Robinson decided to rest.

Sarr was the Addicks’ star man at the back - he won his headers, tackles and dominated Oxford’s lively striker Wes Thomas.

Sarr’s distribution was once again magnificent. He has the ability to pull off 60-yard cross-field passes to Charlton’s wide men, which start attacks. A “Ronaldo Chop” executed in the first-half showed how much confidence he is playing with at the moment.

Sarr is slowly becoming a cult hero in SE7.

Ben Reeves needs time

Reeves started his first league game for the Addicks - and was making his first league start since April. Playing out of position on the right wing, he did not pull up any trees at the Kassam Stadium and was hooked off after 67 minutes.

But it would be naive to judge him on one game. Reeves has been one of the best number 10s in League One over the years, and will be a real weapon for Charlton when he gets a run of games under his belt.

Tariqe Fosu is in the form of his life - but needs to know when to pass

It’s now six goals in four games for Fosu, who just can’t stop scoring. He was Charlton’s biggest threat in the first-half.

But there were times throughout the game when he pulled the trigger prematurely, instead of passing to one of his team-mates.

There was a golden opportunity to square the ball to Billy Clarke at 1-1, but the in-form winger chose to shoot, and his effort sailed wide. Clarke was unmarked in the box.

Fosu’s confidence is sky high - but he must remember to pass to players who are in better scoring positions.

Ahmed Kashi is too good for League One

It’s repeating what everyone knows, but Kashi reminds Charlton supporters every time he plays: He is a Championship player.

Another game, another midfield tamed and controlled by the Algerian enforcer.

He broke up play and started attacks. Oxford’s tricky attacking midfielder Jack Payne was also kept quiet for large spells of the evening thanks to Kashi.

If he maintains his form and stays fit - then he will be the driving force behind Charlton’s promotion push.

Charlton are in a good place

The Addicks are on a five-game unbeaten run and occupy a play-off spot. If fifth place with a game in hand a quarter of the way through the season was offered to you in the summer, you probably would've taken it.

It’s also worth remembering Charlton have been without Reeves and Mark Marshall for most of the campaign. And Jason Pearce will be absent until December. They are three very influential players who will improve this team.

There is only an eight-point gap to second-placed Wigan so the top two is still a realistic aim.