Southampton continued their unbeaten start to their debut Premier League International Cup campaign with a 1-1 draw against holders Porto.
After a tight first half, Marcus Barnes (pictured) slid in to finish Jake Vokins's low cross from the left flank in the 50th minute.
But two-time champions Porto levelled the match 10 minutes later when Rui Sousa scored a penalty after Kayne Ramsey had fouled Romario Baro.
Southampton goalkeeper Harry Lewis earned the hosts a point at Staplewood when he superbly tipped over Luiz Palhares's long-range strike.
Saints are top of Group A after collecting four points from their first two Group A matches, with just West Ham United to play after an opening victory over Dinamo Zagreb.
The draw was Porto's first match of their title defence.
See: Southampton report
Adnan Maric equalised in the seventh minute of stoppage time as Swansea City started their Group E campaign with a 1-1 draw against Villarreal.
Mukwelle Akale's 65th-minute penalty put the Spanish side in front, before Maric's late intervention at Landore.
Wolfsburg kicked off Group C with a 4-0 win over Athletic Club Bilbao at Aldershot. Norwich City and Tottenham Hotspur are their other teams in the group.
See: Swansea report