Walsall manager Dean Smith felt his side deserved more from their 1-0 defeat at Charlton after dominating the game for long periods.
Smith also questioned the decision to award a free-kick against Mat Sadler for a foul on Dany N'Guessan, which led to the Frenchman's winner 10 minutes before the break in Monday's League One clash at The Valley.
Smith said: "We came here and bossed the game. You could see how important it was to them getting the ball in the corner for the last few minutes.
"I think it was one of the softest tackles all game which they got the free-kick and scored from, so I'm disappointed. We felt it shouldn't have been a free-kick in the first place and very soft considering some of the other fouls in the game.
"When you come to a place where their fans can shout louder than yours, some decisions go against you. I thought we played some fantastic stuff and with a little bit of luck we would have scored.
"Apart from a 15-minute spell, I thought we bossed the game. I said to the players not to get their heads down because we played worse on Saturday and won the game. Sometimes that's how it goes in football and you just have to get on with it."