Charlton Athletic 1 - Notts County 0
This won't take long.
I said to a friend last night, if I think back to the hundreds and hundreds of Addicks games I've seen over the years, our encounter with Notts County yesterday would probably fall into the bottom 10 games.
It really was that bad.
The first half was woeful beyond belief with individual errors being compounded by bad decisions from both players and officials.
Both teams were pretty poor but if anyone deserved to be in front at the break it was County.
The much maligned Lee Hughes, fluffed his chances to stick one on those members of our crowd who were in no mood to forgive him for returning so speedily to his football career after taking a life and serving time in the Big House.
Hughes could have been back in the changing room at half time with 2 goals under his belt, or even a hat trick but for a lineman's flag.
Charlton were so bad I was regretting my decision not to buy a programme.
I attempted to check my emails but the signal in the East stand was so poor it took nearly 4 minutes for one to load.
It was still more entertaining than anything on the pitch.
The second half was more of the same.
Perhaps a turning point was Lee Hughes, (yes him again), blasting an undisputed penalty straight down the middle, only for Robbie Elliott to send it over the bar with a trailing leg.
With around ten minutes to go, Benson and Abbott were withdrawn for Akpo Sodje and new boy Joe Anyinsah.
Suddenly Charlton looked as if they'd been given a caffeine boost and were more lively than at any time all afternoon.
Racon, who had come on for the very, very disappointing McCormack at half time, sent a pass through to Anyinsah who (skillfully?) managed to blast the ball through the onrushing keeper's legs.
1-0 up after being absolutely appalling for about 80 minutes.
It's a funny old game.
The referee became very annoyed at Reid and Racon who held the ball in the corner to eat up added on time.
He became so annoyed, he decided not to award another corner they had won and gave a goal kick which lead to a rather lardy looking Ben Burgess having a last gasp chance to equalise.
Luckily for Elliott, he headed into his arms.
I don't think anybody at the game yesterday would believe the best team won.
I'd have been happy with a draw, such was the lack of ideas.
A Casual Rating
What a load of rubbish!
Our entire team, except Robbie Elliott, are being awarded the dreaded Primark novelty slogan tee shirt for the first half display. It was so bad, I'm struggling to find the words.
The Lacoste polo is being awarded to new boy Joe Anyinsah for his debut goal, we really didn't deserve.
Robbie Elliot can have one too for his penalty save.
It's my birthday today so we are going to pretend we are tourists and take the boat from Greenwich into town.
It'll be better entertainment than yesterday I hope.