Date: 10th October 2010 at 11:17am
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Charlton proved once again that we’re the late goal kings as a Paul Benson strike in the dying seconds secured a 2-2 draw at Plymouth Argyle on Saturday.

Twice we came back from a goal down with Phil Parkinson happy with the response that we gave to going behind (early on) for the first time, however he felt that we’d done enough to win, Parkinson told BBC London 94.9: “I thought our performance warranted three points.

“We got off to a bad start, a goal from a long throw and we responded well.”

After dominating the second half the inability to force the breakthrough looked as though it would cost is when Argyle scored in the final 10 minutes but score we eventually did, he added: “I thought in the second half we really dominated the whole 45 minutes and we had a real spell of pressure where we couldn’t score.”

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4 Replies to “Parkinson Post Plymouth”

  • How do we keep managing to score these late goals? As long as we keep doing them and it saves us, or wins us matches, long may it continue. It’s a bit worrying we keep letting in late goals as well though.

  • Charlton seem to hold back untill the later half were they start to put the pressure on the other team, if we continue to do this we wont get very far!!

  • I think we did well to get the late equilizer but we should of won because we were by far the better team.

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