Cicero scored a late equaliser to give Wolfsburg a share of the spoils away to Cologne today.
Milivoje Novakovic gave Cologne the lead in the 51st minute, but Cicero equalised with nine minutes remaining.
The first chance of the game went to the home side in the 17th minute as Adam Matuschyk got around Simon Kjaer and struck a 17-yard shot which Wolfsburg goalkeeper Diego Benaglio turned around the right-hand post.
Matuschyk nearly set up the opening goal in the 36th minute on a counter attack, feeding a fine ball to Mato Jajalo, who fired over the bar from 14 yards.
Wolfsburg striker Grafite had to be substituted after 42 minutes with a thigh injury, being replaced by Mario Mandzukic.
Cologne grabbed the lead six minutes after the restart from a set piece.
Petit unleashed a thunderous free-kick from more than 30 yards which Benaglio could not handle and Novakovic was quicker than Kjaer to the loose ball and headed home.
The hosts came close to doubling the lead in the 55th minute with Matuschyk again feeding Jajalo, but his shot went over the bar from 15 yards.
Wolfsburg had a rare chance in the 71st minute but Mandzukic's header went wide right from 13 yards.
However, the visitors equalised 10 minutes later thanks to a superb goal from Cicero, who beat Cologne goalkeeper Faryd Mondragon with a bicycle kick from 10 yards out.