Swansea City completed their three-game tour of the United States with a 2-2 draw against MLS side San Jose Earthquakes.
Michael Laudrup's side were leading 2-0 with ten minutes remaining only to be denied by two late goals.
Danny Graham had given the Swans the lead on 41 minutes before defender Chico scored with a second half header.
But two headed goals from Steven Lenhart in the final ten minutes secured a draw.
Both sides created chances to open the scoring at Buck Shaw Stadium before Graham gave his side the lead four minutes before the interval.
The striker took advantage of a defensive error to calmly beat home goalkeeper David Bingham.
Goalkeeper Michel Vorm kept the Swans in the lead with a fine save to deny Sercan Guvenisik before the Welsh side doubled their advantage on 59 minutes.
Summer signing Chico headed home his first goal for the club following a cross from Ashley Williams before they were hit with by a late double by substitute Lenhart.
With 10 minutes remaining Lenhart turned in a cross from fellow substitute Shea Salinas and the striker equalised with another header in the 85th minute.