Conditions play part in dire draw
Charlton and Hull played out the only goalless draw of the day in the npower Championship in a game affected by torrid conditions.
The playing surface was made tricky by a series of heavy downpours that played havoc with the passing game of both sides, meaning chances were at a premium.
The hosts started well with Bradley Pritchard, Johnnie Jackson, Bradley Wright-Phillips and Leon Cort all going close in the first half.
There was a brief moment of panic for the Addicks when City had strong appeals for a penalty waved away following Leon Cort's challenge on Corry Evans. And their hearts were in their mouths once more on the half-hour mark as Sone Aluko raced through on goal but blasted his strike straight at goalkeeper Ben Hamer.
Thunder and lightning made an appearance shortly before the interval and both sides struggled to retain possession in the second half as the conditions became increasingly difficult, with numerous misplaced passes disrupting the flow of the game.
Dale Stephens saw a late free-kick deflected wide, with former Leicester defender Michael Morrison inches away from making contact. But it was the Tigers who finished on top and Aluko's powerful strike was well blocked by Cort before Danny Hollands threw himself in front of Paul McKenna's follow-up. There was still time for Hamer to perform heroics as he first blocked substitute Jay Simpson's effort before picking himself up to deny the onrushing Aluko when he looked certain to score.