Fulham manager Kit Symons described his team’s surrendering of a two-goal lead at Charlton as “inexplicable”.
The Whites were cruising with 10 minutes left, with goals from Ryan Tunnicliffe and Ross McCormack having put them in a commanding position.
Charlton pulled goal back and then equalised deep into stoppage time to snatch a point.
“We’ve got to make better decisions at key moments in games. It’s incredibly disappointing and frustrating,” Symons said after the 2-2 draw.
“To be 2-0 up and cruising and then throw it away is inexplicable. We should have got a third and killed the game off but we didn’t make good decisions in the final third or take the chances we made.
“It appears they switched off and thought they had the game won. If you don’t take your chances you’ve at least got to do your jobs right at the other end, but we conceded two free headers and threw two points away.
“We’re good enough and capable of beating anyone, but we need to make better decisions at those crucial moments in games. It’s those fine margins that are stopping us being consistent.”
The results leaves Fulham 13th in the Championship table after 10 matches.