What the papers say: Away win at last for Charlton, Easter saves Millwall and West Ham crash
Charlton registered their first away win of the season in a tough fixture at Blackburn on Saturday, while Millwall got a late goal to clinch a good draw at home to QPR.
West Ham, however, dropped points in a 3-1 home defeat to Manchester City.
Charlton boss Chris Powell heaped praise on matchwinner Simon Church after the 1-0 win at Blackburn.
The Addicks boss told The Guardian: "It was a tremendous through ball from Dale Stephens, superb movement from Church in between centre-half and full-back, a great first touch and finished with aplomb.
"I'm really pleased for him."
While Powell admitted to Sky Sports it was tense on occasions.
"It was hard-earned today and we had to put up the big red bus for the last 20 minutes and they fully deserved the three points," he said.
The Daily Mail said the win meant Charlton avoided their worst start to a campaign in seven years.
A lively encounter at The Den saw Millwall stage a late comeback with Jermaine Easter firing an injury-time equaliser to give the Lions a 2-2 draw.
It could have all been different though if the referee had given a penalty early on for a foul by Charlie Austin on Liam Trotter. He didn't and QPR went to the other end and scored.
Manager Steve Lomas told the Guardian: "For me it was a blatant bodycheck, but us conceding a goal off the penalty incident is our fault."
Another talking point was a ball thrown from the stands which hit QPR boss Harry Redknapp in the face. Lomas said there was no intent - despite QPR's Joe Jordan being also hit moments earlier.
"It was two accidents," he told the Daily Star. "There was no malice in it and Harry knew that. They were trying to get the game started quickly."
Worse was to come for Redknapp when Easter fired in the equaliser moments later.
A Ricardo Vaz Te goal was all West Ham had to show for their match with Manchester City.
After the 3-1 defeat Hammers boss Sam Allardyce said his side were scared of the northern side's quality.
He told the Daily Express: "When you have the likes of Yaya Toure and David Silva passing the way they did, City frightened us and put us on back foot."
The manager told the Evening Standard he couldn't wait to get striker Andy Carroll back from injury with Carlton Cole still being "miles away" from full fitness.
"(Carroll's) improving week by week," said Allardyce. "I'm due to talk with the specialist to see if he can give us a date when Andy can come back to us. It's very important we get him back as soon as we can."