League leaders Manchester United came from behind twice to earn a point at Wimbledon.
Jason Euell put the hosts ahead in the first minute of the match, but Jordi Cruyff equalised on the half-hour mark.
And, although Carl Cort restored Wimbledon's lead in the second half, United levelled again as Andy Cole found himself in space and fired clinically into the bottom left corner.
Sir Alex Ferguson's side remained six points clear at the top as second-placed Leeds United also drew. Wimbledon were left in 15th place, four points above the bottom three.
Arsenal launched a stunning comeback in a pulsating north London derby, overcoming a two-goal deficit to beat Tottenham Hotspur 5-2.
Louis Saha gave Spurs a fourth-minute breakthrough and Emmanuel Adebayor doubled the visitors' advantage, converting a penalty against his former club.
But Bacary Sagna and Robin van Persie hit back for Arsenal in the last five minutes of the first half, and the hosts maintained their momentum after the break.
Tomas Rosicky struck soon after the interval, and Theo Walcott then scored in the 65th and 68th minutes to complete a remarkable turnaround, while Spurs' Scott Parker was sent off late on.
As a result, fourth-placed Arsenal moved seven points behind third-placed Tottenham Hotspur, who slipped 10 points behind leaders Manchester City.