Austria Vienna had to settle for a 1-1 draw in their Europa League Group L clash with Portuguese side Nacional at the Franz Horr stadium.
Both teams had opened their group campaigns with defeats and now trail Athletic Bilbao by two points and Werder Bremen by five.
Milenko Acimovic missed a penalty for Vienna 10 minutes into the game for Austria and Ruben Micael gave the Madeirans the lead after 35 minutes. An away win looked on the cards until Brazil-born Schumacher tied the game in the 76th minute.
Austria Vienna striker Mamadou Diabang was warned after just two minutes for diving in the area but referee Tony Chapron awarded a penalty just eight minutes later as Cleber Monteiro took down Tomas Jun in the box.
Acimovic stepped up to the spot but his low shot to the right was blocked away by Nacional goalkeeper Rafael Bracalli.
The Portuguese had two superb chances in the next four minutes though Nacional striker Mateus was twice unable to beat inspirational Vienna goalkeeper Szabolcs Safar.
The game settled down after the wild first quarter-hour before Micael gave the visitors the lead after 35 minutes. The playmaker had a long run with the ball and then blasted a 20-yard rocket off the underside of the crossbar and in.
Micael - the only Nacional player actually from Madeira - was the man who scored the decisive play-off goal against 2008 UEFA Cup winners Zenit St Petersburg to book their place in the group phase.
The Austrians had more of the play early in the second half but Slovenian midfielder Acimovic twice sent shots just right of goal within three minutes just before the hour mark.
Vienna continued their push forward and Nacional only kept a clean sheet in the 69th minute because of Bracalli's fine stop from Jacek Bak's header off a corner.
The hosts' efforts were rewarded in the 76th minute as substitute Schumacher collected a ball into the area, turned away from his marker before beating Bracalli low to his left.
Both sides had fine chances in the final quarter-hour but neither side could use their opportunities, including Joachim Standfest hitting the side-netting with one minute to play for the hosts.