Wigan Athletic 2-2 Doncaster Rovers
Wigan produced a stirring comeback from two goals down to salvage a late point against newly promoted Doncaster.
The visitors took the lead when Theo Robinson swivelled in the home penalty area before firing past Scott Carson.
Chris Brown doubled their advantage with a near-post header before Wigan's Shaun Maloney curled in a free-kick.
Leon Barnett thrashed in a late leveller but Doncaster almost snatched victory when substitute Billy Paynter hit the woodwork.
But, since a 4-0 opening-day win at Barnsley, their early days in the Championship have been far from straight-forward.
After a shock 1-0 defeat at Bournemouth last weekend, Latics boss Owen Coyle stressed the importance of Wigan's home form being the platform for a successful season in the build-up to his first game at the DW Stadium.
But it looked like the Scot, who replaced Everton-bound Roberto Martinez during the close season, was going to suffer defeat against League One champions Doncaster.
The Latics started brightly as they attacked the visitors with a swagger, new signing Grant Holt heading over the crossbar before seeing his instinctive near-post volley parried by Rovers goalkeeper Ross Turnbull.
Ex-Norwich striker Holt, one of Coyle's most eye-catching signings, was proving a handful and felt he should have been awarded a penalty after he was bundled to the ground by Doncaster right-back Reece Wabara.
Wigan continued to press with Chris McCann slicing through the centre of the Doncaster defence, only to fire straight at Turnbull, before Shaun Maloney's cross-shot deceived the ex-Chelsea goalkeeper to cannon off the post.
But Doncaster took a shock lead when Robinson, who joined from Derby County last week, netted his second goal in as many appearances with a clinical finish. And it got better for the visitors when Brown nodded in Bongani Khumalo's cross from close-range.
Wigan were booed off at half-time and almost conceded a third goal within seconds of the restart when Khumalo crashed a header against the post.
But the home side cranked up the pressure and were handed a lifeline through Maloney's strike after substitute Marc-Antoine Fortune was fouled on the edge of the penalty area.
Doncaster defended for their lives in the final stages and looked set to hold out - but were denied by Barnett's late strike from 12 yards.
Wigan manager Owen Coyle: "I'm disappointed because we lost two sloppy goals after starting really well. We could have, and should have, been in front but we weren't and that allowed them to score.
"Our reaction to the first goal was not good enough for where we want to be as a team. At half-time we spoke about character and desire.
"No manager wants to be 2-0 down and ordinarily you would be happy with a point. But in the second half we created enough chances to win."
Doncaster Rovers manager Paul Dickov: "I've got mixed emotions. I'm disappointed not to come away with all three points, but I'm very proud of the performance. To come here, against what I think is one of the best squads in the division, and play like that is excellent.
"We didn't want to come here and sit back. At 2-0 we hit the post and that was a massive turning point because at 3-0 it would have been hard for them to come back - even with the quality they have got.
"Then at 2-2 we hit the bar with a fantastic header from Billy Paynter, so it was certainly exciting for the neutral."