Lee Bradbury felt aggrieved after Bournemouth dominated both possession and chances yet still slumped to 1-0 home defeat to Charlton.
The result could have turned Bournemouth's way if Harry Arter had not spurned a golden chance late on, but Charlton remained patient and Yann Kermorgant kept a cool head to divert Danny Hollands' stoppage-time corner.
Bradbury said: "I think we deserved at least a point out of the game.
"We played very well. And anyone that was here would have seen that. I thought we were the better side for periods of the game, but I've said that for the last two weeks and we've got no points.
"We need to have a lot more of a killer instinct in the final third and we need to keep clean sheets. It's as simple as that.
"You expect a team like Charlton to have a spell in the game - they had that for 10 minutes. But I think we played the better football and were the better team, but we didn't get anything for it."