Despite an appalling first half display from the Addicks, it wasn't the worst performance on show.
The bloke they found propping up the bar in Greenwich Wetherspoons, who ended up being given the ill fitting uniform and whistle stunk the Valley out with his ineptitude.
If you were there, you know what I mean and if you weren't, lucky you as I arrived at the Valley filled with Christmas cheer but he single handedly sent my blood pressure soaring to the point where I was, indeed, a potty mouth.
It's not big or clever.
The first half was a shambles from Charlton.
1-0 down and reduced to 10 men, (against 12), I really couldn't see us getting away with anything less than a 3-0 spanking.
Despite turning down penalties, missing goal bound shots being stopped by an arm and 100% of the time giving Cardiff the benefit of every borderline decision, as well as some just plain wrong ones, the referee could do nothing about the way the Addicks pressed forward for most of the second half.
(Actually, that's not true as he managed to get in the way of a promising attack but we'll file that under stupidity rather than blatant cheating).
The best player on the pitch was Marshall in the Cardiff goal.
I was pleased he was finally beaten after the shameless piece of play acting - pretending to be hurt and rolling on the floor as Charlton were pushing for the equaliser.
AND WHAT AN EQUALISER!!!!
Gudmundsson's 88th minute strike was one of the best I've seen at the Valley.
There was still time to win it as Charlton kept going.
The ball finally fell to Igor, (that's who we'd have chosen for it to fall to), and he raced clear of the defence…….. then blasted the ball over the bar.
A draw that could have been a win.
A moral victory when you're playing ten v twelve but still the single point.
That's 6 points dropped in the final few seconds as George, Bikey and now Igor have fluffed golden opportunities to win games in the closing seconds.
A game that will live in the memory for some time.
Happy Christmas to everyone (except the referee who will no doubt be heading back to the bosom of his family in South Wales).