Ten-man Leicester City mounted a second-half comeback to secure a 2-2 draw with Stoke City.
Mark Hughes' side looked in command at the break as they took advantage of Jamie Vardy’s straight red card on 28 minutes.
Bojan Krkic opened the scoring on 39 minutes with a penalty after Danny Simpson’s handball.
In first-half stoppage time Joe Allen doubled the lead, tapping in after Gianelli Imbula’s effort rebounded off a post.
Substitute Leonardo Ulloa reduced the deficit with 16 minutes remaining, heading in Demarai Gray's cross.
Leicester were level when Daniel Amartey’s glanced in Christian Fuchs's cross two minutes from time.
Leicester are 15th with 17 points and Stoke 11th on 21.