Charlton slipped to their first defeat of the season after a 2-0 reverse at newly-promoted Plymouth Argyle.
Goals at either end of the second-period from Jake Jervis won the points for the Devon side, as wastefulness in-front of goal in the first-half cost Charlton.
Ahmed Kashi and Tariqe Fosu both saw shots from distance blocked for the South Londoners before the former nearly gifted Argyle the lead. His weak backpass forced Charlton keeper Ben Amos to come scrambling from his goal, with his clearance rebounding off Antoni Sarcevic but away for an Addicks throw.
Josh Magennis headed a far-post Ricky Holmes cross off target before Amos recovered well to gather at the second attempt after selling a low Joel Grant cross.
Charlton started to dominate possession as the game matured and Magennis was denied by home goalkeeper Luke McCormick from a tight-angle after being slipped in by Jake Forster-Caskey, before the same man was then blocked brilliantly again by the Plymouth stopper.
Billy Clarke’s low drive was parried into the path of Charlton’s Northern Ireland international but his rebound was turned excellently onto the crossbar as McCormick kept the game scoreless.
Forster-Caskey soon saw a volley headed clear from the goal-line by Ryan Edwards, before Graham Carey’s dangerous ball flashed across the face of Amos’ goal with Nathan Blissett unable to turn home at the far post.
Derek Adams’ side started the second period brightly. David Fox saw a side-footed effort from the edge of the area blocked by the Addicks defence, and the hosts soon led.
Edwards headed a deep corner into the six-yard box, where Jervis was on hand to touch it over the line.
There followed a lull in the game as Plymouth were happy to sit back on their lead, with Kashi’s effort from 40-yards that flew way off target the best Charlton had to offer, before Carey’s effort from a similar distance out drifted just wide at the other end.
Magennis blew a huge opportunity to rescue a point late on, as he controlled Forster-Caskey’s pinpoint cross but was unable to toe the ball over the line as he fell backwards, before Jervis sealed the game late on with his second.
Karlan Ahearne-Grant had seen an effort tipped behind for a corner but Argyle broke from it and Jervis’ daisy-clutter slipped through Amos, who really should have done better.