Scottish Second Division strugglers Stirling Albion and Forfar Athletic battled out a draw, which leaves both sides just a point above bottom club Albion Rovers.
Mark Ferry finished off good work by Craig McLeish to give Stirling the lead on 18 minutes.
However, two goals in a four-minute spell midway through the second half turned the match in Forfar's favour, Stephen Tulloch heading home before Chris Templeman's strike also found the net.
But the visitors were then reduced to 10 men when Chris Hegarty was sent off for a challenge on goalkeeper Callum Reidford.
And the hosts drew level two minutes from the end as Daly McSorley netted from close range.
Stirling: Reidford, Fagan (Jacobs 60), Thom, Allison (Flood 63), Crawley, Cook, Ferry, McSorley, McLeish (Smith 43), Weir, Kelbie. Subs Not Used: Filler, Gavin McPherson.
Booked: Jacobs, Thom, Weir.
Goals: Ferry 18, McSorley 88.
Forfar: Paterson, Ross, Tulloch, Mowat, Iain Campbell (Bolocheweckyj 26), Fotheringham (Sellars 79), Hegarty, McCulloch, Low, Templeman (Coyne 71), Hilson. Subs Not Used: McCallum, Gibson.
Sent Off: Hegarty (67). Booked: Bolocheweckyj, Hilson.
Goals: Tulloch 62, Templeman 65.
Ref: John Beaton