Fleetwood Town battled back from two goals down to snatch a point off league leaders Bristol City.
Town looked on course to upset the League One form table when Josh Morris ended their three-game goal drought, firing past Frank Fielding afer Stephen Dobbie’s initial shot had been blocked.
But Town were up against it, the Robins showing just why they are the League One pace-setters.
Kieran Agard, a menace in League Two days for Rotherham was awakening some unwelcome memories for Fleetwood fans.
He’d already forced an early save from Chris Maxwell - the Fleetwood keeper’s composure superb to whip the ball of the striker’s feet - and flashed one across the face of goal.
And it proved third time lucky for the former Miller when he was perfectly placed to stab home Joe Bryan’s testing cross from deep on the left and level things up before the break.
The visitors turned up the heat but couldn’t find a second ahead of the whistle, something they took just two minutes of the second half to put right.
Agard it was again, the man unmarked in a crowded box, turning it past Maxwell after Aaron Wilbraham’s shot had been kept at bay.
And the lead was soon extended, Mark Little’s ball knocked over Nathan Pond by Agard, Wilbraham with little more than a tap in.
Fleetwood brought on additional firepower in the form of Jamie Proctor and pulled one back within a minute of his introduction.
It was the sub who took the chance, claiming his fourth of the season as he turned home Morris’ cross to cut the deficit.
Bristol City were increasingly looking to run down the clock, sensing a Fleetwood fightback.
Conor McLaughlin could have provided, denied by a fingertip save by Fielding.
Stephen Dobbie did.
He sent a curling effort flying past the Bristol keeper two minutes from time to haul Fleetwood level, the fightback complete, a point well deserved.