A brace from Zak Dearnley earned Oldham Athletic a 2-2 draw at Brisbane Road against Leyton Orient.
The visitors recovered from going behind after 13 minutes with two goals in three minutes.
Ousseynou Cisse opened the scoring when he headed the ball goalwards following a corner and the ball rebounded off the unfortunate Tom Hamer past Latics keeper Gary Woods.
But the visitors’ disappointment was short-lived. They equalised within 90 seconds when Carl Piergianni drove the ball forward from a corner and Dearnley stabbed home.
And Dearnley made it two in three minutes when David Wheater knocked the ball on from a corner and the unmarked striker was able to score his second of the afternoon from close-range on 18 minutes.
The Londoners found themselves back on level terms on 54 minutes when Josh Wright delivered a set-piece to the far post and Connor Wilkinson headed the ball across the goal for Danny Johnson to apply the finishing touch.
The visitors were denied all three points when Lawrence Vigouroux palmed away a goal-bound header from Danny Rowe in added time.