AFC Wimbledon earned their first league point under manager Neal Ardley as they drew against Fleetwood.
Ardley saw his side fall behind when Steven Gillespie finished off a flowing counter attack following a Dons corner.
However the visitors pulled level when Byron Harrison headed home Rashid Yussuff's pin-point free-kick.
The Cod Army pressed for a late winner, but David Ball and Barry Nicholson spurned fine chances as both sides had to settle for a point.
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AFC Wimbledon boss Neal Ardley told BBC Radio London 94.9:
"I would have enjoyed it more if we had nicked a second goal late on.
"We keep falling behind in games but today we showed a little bit of courage.
"We pressed them really well and got back in the game I'm really, really pleased with the boys."