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Half-Time Report: Charlton keeper Nick Pope keeps stalemate against QPR, Chery comes closest

Nick Pope keeps the score at 0-0 between Charlton Athletic and Queens Park Rangers.

Both Charlton Athletic and Queens Park Rangers were unable to find the goal in the first 45 minutes of their new season.

QPR dominated the game's early chances, with striker Charlie Austin firing wide on two occasions.

Charlton's Johann Gudmondsson created space for a shot from 25 yards, but his effort went wide.

Tjaronn Chery came close to giving Rangers the lead twice, first with a free kick that curled just wide, before a 25-yard strike was saved by Nick Pope.

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Ron Vlaar of Aston Villa look dejected as Charlie Austin of QPR (9) celebrates as he scores their third goal during the Barclays Premier League match between Aston Villa and Queens Park Rangers at Villa Park on April 7, 2015
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