Winless run continues for Addicks

Paul Heffernan's first goal for Bristol Rovers clinched a well deserved 2-1 victory over promotion-chasing Charlton in League One on Monday.

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Heffernan: Smashes in his goal

Heffernan: Smashes in his goal

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The on-loan striker from Doncaster burst clear on 63 minutes to bury an unstoppable right footed shot past Rob Elliott.

Centre-back Steve Elliott volleyed the home side ahead on 14 minutes following a Stuart Campbell corner headed on by Chris Lines.

Charlton gained an injury time consolation when Therry Racon, hammered a 20-yard shot pas Mikkel Andersen.

It was a bad night for the visitors from the opening minute when Grant Basey was stretchered off with a serious leg injury following a late challenge by Dominic Blizzard which earned him a booking. The Rovers player might easily have been red-carded.

The visitors never recovered and Akpo Sodje wasted their best chance, heading wide on 34 minutes.

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