Admir Mehmedi's second-half goal salvaged an unlikely 2-2 draw for 10-man Zurich in their Europa League Group D game against Vaslui at the Stadionul Ceahlaul.
Alexandre Alphonse gave Zurich the lead with a headed goal in the first half before Wesley levelled the score from the penalty spot in the 62nd minute.
Zurich defender Raphael Koch was sent off for a professional foul on Wesley, who stepped up and converted the spot-kick.
Mike Temwanyera then put Vaslui in front for the first time in the game in the 77th minute, but his effort was cancelled out just two minutes later when Mehmedi headed the equaliser for Zurich.
The visitors had dominated the game in the early exchanges, with Vaslui goalkeeper Vytautas Cerniauskas forced to make a save in the fifth minute when Philippe Koch was on target with his strike from the right of the penalty box.
However, Vaslui also had their chances in the first-half, with Yero Bello's shot from left of the area saved by Johnny Leoni before Lucian Sanmartean tried his luck from 35 yards. This time Leoni made a comfortable save.
Alphonse then struck the opening goal in the 32nd minute with an excellent headed goal.
The striker met a teasing cross by Silvan Aegerter with an equally impressive header to beat goalkeeper Cerniauskas and nod the ball into the bottom right corner from 12 yards out.
In the second half, Wesley levelled the score when Raphael Koch got himself on the wrong side of the Brazilian and brought the striker down.
Wesley duly converted the penalty, coolly sending Leoni the wrong way.
Vaslui looked set to take maximum points when Temwanyera ran on to a neat through ball from Adailton and finished with a powerful shot past the right of the goalkeeper.
But Mehmedi equalised for the visitors in the 79th minute when he climbed highest to head home a surprise equaliser.
The draw gave Zurich their first points in their European campaign after they slipped to a 2-0 defeat at the hands of Sporting Lisbon on matchday one.