Ben Amos started for Charlton Athletic as they drew 1-1 away to Oxford United on Tuesday evening.
The goalkeeper completed the full 90 minutes at the Kassam Stadium as the Addicks extended their unbeaten run to five games.
Tariq Fosu gave the visitors the lead in the 18 minute, the striker calmly rounded Simon Eastwood to tap home past the recovering John Mousinho.
Now plying his trade for Oxford United, James Henry’s trickery and cross, proved to be the catalyst for The U’s equaliser.
Chris Solly could only head the winger’s cross as far as Christian Ribeiro who volleyed home past Amos.
The shot-stopper was called into action on the hour mark tipping over Wes Thomas’ header before getting down low to keep out Obika’s powerful curling strike as the game drew to its conclusion.
Charlton are back in action on Saturday afternoon as they travel to fellow Sky Bet League One side Bradford City.