Leon Legge's equaliser deep into injury time gave Brentford a draw at home to Bournemouth.
The visitors took an early lead as Charlie Sheringham scored his first Cherries goal with a superb volley.
The Bees had their chances throughout the game, but both Niall McGinn and Sam Saunders saw their efforts saved by Darryl Flahavan.
However, Legge powered home a header from Clayton Donaldson's cross in the 94th minute to secure a point.
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Brentford boss Uwe Rosler told BBC London 94.9:
"In terms of tempo, in terms of awareness, in terms of reaction, we looked miles away from our normal standard and we were asking to get punished.
"We never really got started. Iit was disappointing. The fans didn't see us at our best.
"We can take a positive out of the game. We never gave up but Bournemouth were the better side.'
Bournemouth manager Lee Bradbury told BBC Radio Solent:
"For long periods of the game we were the better side and you would think we were the side in and around the play-off places.
"We were resilient all afternoon, held the ball up well and deserved three points.
"Charlie Sheringham caused them a lot of problems in the first half with good movement along the line and he showed me he can do the lone role as well as Wes Thomas."