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Charlton and goals after 80 minutes... are we behind or ahead?

edited December 2018 in General Charlton
A match is ninety minutes plus but we seem to be conceding a lot of goals in the last ten minutes of games. But how many are we scoring and does it balance itself out?

If we go through all 24 games so far this season and imagine they ended after 80 minutes, here's what the results would have been:

Sunderland 1-1 Charlton (2-1 FT) - one point lost
Charlton 1-0 Shrewsbury (2-1 FT) - no change
Charlton 0-0 Peterborough (0-1 FT) - one point lost
Southend 1-1 Charlton (1-2 FT) - two points gained
Charlton 3-1 Wycombe (3-2 FT) - no change
Bradford 0-1 Charlton (0-2 FT) - no change
Charlton 1-1 Plymouth (2-1 FT) - two points gained
Luton 1-1 Charlton (2-2 FT) - no change
Scunthorpe 4-3 Charlton (5-3 FT) - no change
Charlton 1-0 Coventry (1-2 FT) - three points lost
Charlton 2-1 Bristol Rovers (3-1 FT) - no change
Burton 1-1 Charlton (FT 1-2) - two points gained
Blackpool 1-1 Charlton (FT 2-1) - one point lost
Portsmouth 0-2 Charlton (FT 1-2) - no change
Charlton 1-0 Wimbledon (FT 2-0) - no change
Coventry 1-1 Charlton (FT 2-1) - one point lost

From the above list, it shows that over the course of the season we would be one point better off if games finished after 80 minutes rather than 90 plus additional time.

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