Luton 2-2 Charlton: Rare Chris Solly goal earns point for Addicks
Last Updated: 29/09/18 8:40pm
Chris Solly's first goal in over six years saw Charlton rescue a dramatic point in a 2-2 draw at Luton.
In the final minute of stoppage time, Solly volleyed home from a corner to level after the Hatters had fought back from 1-0 down to lead 2-1.
The Addicks were ahead after 23 minutes when James Collins clipped Joe Aribo in the area for a penalty which was clinically converted by Tariqe Fosu.
Luton should have levelled 10 minutes into the second half but Elliot Lee was denied by Jed Steer - the striker's rebound hitting the outside of a post.
The introduction of Harry Cornick inspired Luton, as after missing an excellent chance, he beat Steer to Collins' flick-on to make it 1-1 after 74 minutes.
Steer made a brilliant save from Lee but was beaten again with nine minutes to go. Pelly-Ruddock Mpanzu's shot cannoned off the woodwork and Collins converted the rebound.
Cornick could have wrapped it up, racing away only to fire over, before Solly struck for the first time since October 6 2012 to snatch a draw.