Powell happy with Hamer
Charlton manager Chris Powell praised Ben Hamer after the Addicks keeper made some crucial saves in the 0-0 Valley draw with Hull.
The Tigers looked certain to grab an 89th-minute when substitute Jay Simpson's effort headed for goal, but it was pushed out by Hamer to Sone Aluko six yards out.
But with the goal at his mercy, Aluko was denied by an excellent reaction stop from Hamer to preserve their unbeaten Championship record and guarantee a point.
Powell said: "I suppose it was a fair result on reflection of how the day panned out. It wasn't easy and you can't play the football that maybe you'd liked to in these conditions.
"I have to take the positives with regards to it is three games unbeaten. I feel we had a very good period in the first half when we put them under a lot of pressure.
"In the second half as it went on Hull got into the ascendancy and Ben Hamer made some good saves. Ben Hamer has arguably been our best player in our opening three games. In difficult conditions, his positioning and his bravery, especially with the double save in the second half, has earned us the point."