Hull’s players start the celebrations after scoring a late equaliser at The Valley

Hull scored a dramatic 96th-minute equaliser to earn a point at Charlton, who have now gone 10 games without a win in the Championship.

Dillion Phillips failed to hold substitute Keane Lewis-Potter’s header after Charlton failed to clear a free-kick, with the ball squirming against the post and in off the Addicks keeper.

Charlton, who had lost their previous four games, had looked set to secure a first win since mid-October after Darren Pratley headed home and Naby Sarr slotted in from close range to twice give them the lead.

Jarrod Bowen tapped in the Tigers’ first equaliser just after half-time before Grant McCann’s side struck with almost the last touch to level.

More to follow.

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