Fulham midfielder Jamie O’Hara can’t quite believe Fulham let victory slip from their grasp at Charlton Athletic.

The Cottagers were leading 2-0 courtesy of Ryan Tunnicliffe and Ross McCormack and looked good value for victory over the Addicks until the final 10 minutes.

But Charlton substitute Johnnie Jackson came off the bench and scored with his first touch and Jordan Cousins grabbed a point for the hosts deep into stoppage time.

O’Hara, who put in an assured display in midfield, was left ruing missed chances at the Valley as three points became one in the blink of an eye.

“You’ve got to put games to bed,” the Whites midfielder said. “We had some good chances to put them away in the second half and then Johnnie came on and scored straight away. We didn’t pick him up. We’ve worked all week on set pieces but it’s hard to get the information across for someone to mark him when he’s come on. It was a great header though so fair play to him.

“We’re gutted because we should’ve had three points away from home and we felt like we needed that today. It’s disappointing. We felt like we played well, we were controlling the game and moving it around well and looked like we could put them to the sword. But we’ve got to put our chances away, we could’ve had three or four, and Charlton came back at us.”