Guillem Bauza's late goal gave Northampton a draw with League Two promotion hopefuls Torquay.
Kick-off was delayed by half an hour after Torquay got stuck in traffic, but they were soon ahead when Eunan O'Kane scored from the edge of the area.
John Johnson headed the hosts level after Abdul Osman had directed Liam Davis' free kick into the six-yard box.
Substitute Billy Kee put Torquay back in front in injury time before Bouza hammered home his equalising volley.
Northampton Town manager Gary Johnson tells BBC Radio Northampton:
"The reason why the supporters jumped all over the players and we were all ecstatic was because a draw was the least we deserved.
"I think our supporters kept behind them, through thick and thin.
"That was a great goal to finish the night. I was proud of our football club."
Torquay United boss Paul Buckle told BBC Radio Devon:
"We've been robbed tonight - my team's worked very hard and it's been taken away from us by a ridiculous decision.
"In the past when we've conceded late, I've blamed my team, but I can't tonight.
"There was no danger. Northampton were dead and buried and they've been gifted a point."