West Brom were left frustrated again as they surrendered two leads against Charlton Athletic, drawing 2-2 at The Valley.

Goals from Kenneth Zohore and Hal Robson-Kanu looked to have set Albion up for their first win in four Championship games but Josh Davison and a Sam Johnstone own goal meant the shares were spoiled.

Kenneth Zohore had the first chance of the game as his glancing header was denied at full stretch by goalkeeper Dillon Phillips.

But the Dane wasn’t to be denied a second time and he fired his second goal against Charlton in the space of six days. He robbed the ball off Tom Lockyer and drove the ball, being blocked by Deji Oshilaja before hammering under Phillips on the rebound for his fourth goal of the season in all competitions.

However, after Albion’s dominance, Charlton got themselves back level seven minutes later. Conor Gallagher’s looping cross was met by Naby Sarr, before being directed brilliantly in to the near corner by Davison for his first professional goal.

In the second half, the Baggies restored their lead thirty seconds in, as Matt Phillips’s low cross was turned in by Robson-Kanu whose flick took a slight deflection off Sarr to Dillon Phillips.

But in the 76th minute, Charlton nicked a point as Lockyer’s header clipped the post from Alfie Doughty’s free kick, and hit off Johnstone’s back to go over the line and maintain Albion’s winless league run of five games.

Here’s how we rated the WBA players from the 2-2 draw: