Leicester City fought back from two goals down to deny Leeds United three points at the Walkers Stadium.
Paul Gallagher and Andy King struck late on to earn Leicester 2-2 draw.
United opened the scoring with their only chance of the first half, created on 19 minutes.
Max Gradel buried a header from close range after Leicester defender Kyle Naughton slipped beneath a cross from Neil Kilkenny.
And Robert Snodgrass' impressive finish at the end of a rebound from his own corner left no way back for Sven-Goran Eriksson's side.
But Gallagher pulled a goal back from the penalty spot with 18 minutes to play and King snatched a point for Leicester with a brilliant volley soon after.