Charlton score twice in the opening six minutes to lead Brighton & Hove Albion 2-0, as the visitors' unbeaten start to the season is put in serious jeopardy.
Charlton Athletic have scored twice in the opening six minutes to put Brighton & Hove Albion's unbeaten season to the test.
Charlton took the lead when Ricardo Vaz Te supplied Reza Ghoochannejhad with the ball, who fed Ademola Lookman.
The teenager beat Bruno Manga in the box before firing past David Stockdale to give Charlton the lead with just two minutes played.
Karel Fraeye's men doubled their lead in the sixth minute as Johann Gudmundsson whipped in a cross from the left.
The ball just evaded Vaz Te in the centre of the box but Ghoochannejhad was on hand at the back post to sweep home.
The Addicks were on the attack again moments later as Ghoochannejhad popped up once more at the far post, his header from Vaz Te's cross somehow kept out by Stockdale.
A clash of heads between Solomon March and debutant Harry Lennon midway through the half saw the latter forced off due to a gash on his forehead.
The Bluebirds had Stockdale to thank once more as the stopper made another save, this time from a point-blank 30th-minute Gudmundsson effort.
In the seventh minute of injury time, Charlton again went close as another Stockdale stop denied Lookman his brace.