Nine-man Addicks stay on track

Kermorgant struck in the 49th minute to give the npower League One leaders their 14th away win of the season.
Both sides had men controversially sent off before half-time, with Charlton captain Danny Hollands shown a straight red card in the 30th minute for his late tackle on Kieran Lee and 11 minutes later, referee Trevor Kettle angered Oldham when he dismissed Jean Yves M’voto for a second booking.
Kermorgant made the breakthrough with a six-yard header at the far post from Rhoys Wiggins’ superb left-wing cross.
Oldham’s Shefki Kuqi fired off target before Charlton winger Scott Wagstaff became the third sending off of the match, booked for a second time in the 76th minute when he fouled Dean Furman.
Hard-working Oldham pushed hard for an equaliser, but their goalscoring problems continue and they have now lost eight of their last 10 games.