Wright-Phillips foils Cherries

Charlton's Bradley Wright-Phillips denied play-off chasing Bournemouth a vital win with a late equaliser in a 2-2 draw.

Last Updated: 26/03/11 at 16:36 Post Comment

Wright-Phillips (second from left): Late leveller

Wright-Phillips (second from left): Late leveller

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The Addicks took the lead in the 27th minute through Scott Wagstaff, who made the most of a rebound after a shot from Frank Nouble had been blocked.

Bournemouth equalised in the 30th minute when Marc Pugh headed in from close range after a misplaced back pass by Thierry Racon.

The Cherries had numerous chances to end a run of three successive defeats but went ahead in the 58th minute with a deflected shot by Danny Hollands.

But just when it looked as though Bournemouth would go on and win, the prolific Wright-Phillips shot home from the edge of the area.

Bournemouth almost snatched a winner in five minutes added on for stoppages. Pugh hit the underside of the bar and Danny Ings had a shot blocked on the line by Jose Semedo at the death.

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