MK Dons continued their unbeaten start to the season with a draw against 10-man Swindon Town.
On-loan midfielder Alex Pritchard put the visitors ahead with a fine curling free-kick.
Swindon's Nathan Byrne was then sent off for a stamp on Shaun Williams, before striker Patrick Bamford poked past Wes Foderingham to equalise.
George Baldock thought his shot had secured MK Dons a late winner but he was ruled offside.
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MK Dons manager Karl Robinson told BBC Three Counties Radio:
"The first half was very even. It was a wonder strike by Pritchard that put them in front.
"In the second half we were by far the better team. George Baldock was onside by a yard. Fact.
"We've not spent a penny on our team and they've spent half a million."
Swindon Town manager Mark Cooper told BBC Wiltshire:
"If we'd had 11 men on the pitch we'd have won the game. I think we could have possibly killed the game off in the first half.
"We had a bit of plan, we tried to catch them on the break.
"I'm disappointed. It's never a sending-off [Nathan Byrne's red card]. He's made a genuine attempt for the ball, he's not left the ground.
"With 10 men we've defended fantastically."