CHRIS Powell admitted he was "embarrassed" by Charlton's home form after Millwall became the ninth team to leave The Valley with maximum points this season.
Jermaine Easter and Shane Lowry scored within the space of six second-half minutes to secure the Lions the spoils in the South London derby on Saturday and Powell was left "baffled" by the result.
"The chances tally was well in our favour but of course what counts is you have got to take them," he said. "I'm led to believe today it was ten chances to two in our favour.
"But what is vital is Millwall took the two that came their way. I am mystified by it, to be honest. I'm baffled. I am embarrassed for my players and for my supporters.
"We've tried everything with regards to performing at home. We had a good first half, we stood toe to toe and had a penalty claim that wasn't given and within a minute we were a goal down.
"Of course goals change games and we ended up chasing it and the second goal was a wonderful free-kick from Lowry, the new style free-kick that players are using these days.
“We created the better chances but you have to take the ones that come your way. It didn't happen through good defending, good goalkeeping or us not hitting the target."