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Brentford endured a day to forget as they crashed to a 3-0 defeat at Charlton, who had not won in November.

After a week which saw manager Mark Warburton tipped to leave the club, the Bees produced their worst performance of the campaign.

Johann Gundmundsson opened the scoring in the first-half after a counter-attack from a Brentford free kick.

Igor Vetokele celebrates after scoring the second goal for Charlton

Igor Vetokele took advantage of some slack Bees defending to double the Addicks' advantage after half-time.

Even though Warburton tried to turn things around it was not Brentford's day as they headed to their first away defeat of 2015.

And it was worse before full-time as an innocuous long-ball was picked up by Frederic Bulot, who fired home from close range.