Paris St Germain threw all they had at Slovan Bratislava but ended up hanging on for a point as they were reduced to nine men in a frustrating Europa League stalemate.
Needing a win to close the gap on Group F leaders Athletic Bilbao, PSG created plenty of chances but failed to find a way past Lukas Hroso and then found themselves in trouble as both Clement Chantome and Christophe Jallet saw red in the final 25 minutes.
Bratislava began brightly, with Karim Guede getting into a good position only to fire wide in the opening minute.
But the main trend of the first half saw PSG on the attack.
Javier Pastore fired wide before Mevlut Erdinc twice tested Hroso with shots from the left-hand side of the area.
The goalkeeper could only punch Jeremy Menez's shot clear in the 35th minute.
A rare home attack saw Marko Milinkovic bring a save out of Nicolas Douchez moments later, while at the other end Javier Pastore once again warmed the palms of the goalkeeper.
Bratislava's defending from corners left something to be desired but PSG failed to capitalise, with Diego Lugano missing the target when well placed before Anderson Nene's shot was snaffled by the goalkeeper.
Nene blazed over while Menez's shot was punched to safety, but PSG's onslaught was dealt a blow in the 64th minute when Chantome fouled Erik Grendel and was shown his second yellow card.
Even so, PSG remained on the attack, with Erdinc going close before Sylvain Armand sent a shot from the edge of the area wide.
Nene's free-kick found Christophe Jallet but his shot went over, and PSG then suffered another setback with Jallet's second booking and dismissal.
Nene managed another shot on goal, but it was Bratislava who finished on top with chances for Mamadou Bagayoko and Jiri Kladrubsky.
However, Bagayoko's effort from the edge of the area went wide before Kladrubsky's shot was held by Douchez four minutes into stoppage time, ensuring this ended with a point a piece.