Ross County narrowly failed to record their first top-flight win after a draw with champions Celtic in Dingwall.
Richard Brittain scored the hosts' first ever goal in the top-flight with an expertly struck free-kick just four minutes into the second half.
Celtic hit the County woodwork on either side of the interval, but struggled to find a way through.
However, a low drive from Kris Commons in the fourth minute of added time salvaged a point for the visitors.
The draw extended County's unbeaten run of league matches to 37, as Celtic struggled with injury ahead of Tuesday's Champions League qualifier against Helsingborgs.
Neil Lennon's 10-man injury list meant he had to reshuffle his side with regulars Scott Brown, James Forrest, Gary Hooper and Anthony Stokes all out as Georgios Samaras started up front with Commons supporting.
County made three changes with midfielder Stuart Kettlewell returning from suspension and Rocco Quinn and Mark Corcoran also coming in for Sam Morrow, Martin Scott and Paul Lawson, the latter two out injured.
Inside the first 10 minutes, Marc Fitzpatrick swung a tempting ball across the face of Celtic's goal that Kettlewell nodded inches wide of Fraser Forster's left-hand post.
Commons should have done better on the 25-minute mark with a low drive from inside the County penalty are that he struck straight at the feet of keeper Michael Fraser.
With almost 30 minutes played, Kettlewell tested Forster from 25 yards with a powerful strike, but the Englishman gathered comfortably. Moment later, Samaras headed down inside the Ross County six-yard box, but his effort was off-target.
Victor Wanyama struck the woodwork when the ball bounced off his shoulder from a Commons corner, then as half time approached Izaguirre failed to find a Celtic jersey inside the home penalty area with another trademark cross.
Only four minutes after the restart, Brittain blasted in an outstanding free-kick from 19 yards that Forster failed to reach at full-stretch.
Moments later, Samaras appeared to be denied a penalty when Brittain tripped him on the 18-yard line, but referee Craig Thomson was having none of it.
A long-distance Commons shot was kept out by Fraser as the hour mark approached, then Charlie Mulgrew struck a free-kick off the Ross County crossbar from 25 yards out.
Defender Mikael Lustig made way for striker Tony Watt as Lennon looked to restore the balance, but County continued to keep up the pressure.
Another Commons shot was deflected out for a corner by Grant Munro, then Brittain struck the Celtic crossbar from distance with Forster rooted to his line.
In the final two minutes of the match, Fraser kept his clean sheet with an instinctive save to deny a Samaras header and Watt's right-footed shot inched past the near-side post.
Then, moments later, Beram Kayal was unlucky to volley just over from ten yards out.
As the seconds ticked away and Celtic faced the prospect of a long tip home and nothing to show for it, Watt broke free on the right-hand side and worked into the County penalty area, then Fraser parried the Coatbridge man's shot before Commons followed up and struck low past Fraser to avoid defeat.
- 01 Fraser
- 03 Fitzpatrick
- 04 Munro
- 05 Boyd
- 06 Tokely
- 07 Kettlewell Booked
- 10 Brittain
- 11 Vigurs
- 12 Quinn
- 15 Corcoran
- 09 McMenamin
- 28 McCarthy
- 22 Kovacevic
- 23 Macphee
- 18 Duncan
- 24 Ross
- 17 Morrow
- 27 Porritt
- 01 Forster
- 02 Matthews
- 03 Izaguirre
- 06 Wilson (Slane - 77' )
- 21 Mulgrew
- 23 Lustig (Watt - 64' )
- 15 Commons
- 16 Ledley
- 33 Kayal
- 67 Wanyama
- 09 Samaras
- 24 Zaluska
- 25 Rogne
- 43 Chalmers
- 42 McGregor
- 28 Keatings
- 30 Slane
- 32 Watt
Ref: Craig Thomson