Chris Kane snatched a dramatic 2-2 draw for 10-man Dumbarton at home to Livingston in the Scottish Championship.
The visitors looked set to end a run of back-to-back defeats with all three points until Kane popped up late on to extend Dumbarton's unbeaten sequence to five games.
Livi enjoyed the better of the chances early on, Andy Barrowman and Simon Mensing heading wide either side of Michal Habai's effort which brought a good save out of Stephen Grindlay.
Chances continued to be spurned by both sides but the clash swung in Livingston's favour just after half-time when Garry Fleming was sent off for a second bookable offence.
The visitors soon took the initiative as Keaghan Jacobs found the bottom corner with a right-footed effort, however, substitute Colin Nish lobbed Dumbarton level shortly after.
Yet Livingston duly hit back to regain the lead courtesy of Barrowman's well-taken finish from close range, only for Kane to have the final say.