AFC Wimbledon and Dagenham & Redbridge played out a lively draw in League Two.
Dwight Gayle was brought down in the box by Dons midfielder Sammy Moore, but his spot-kick was saved by Seb Brown, who then blocked the rebound.
Michael Spillane headed in for the visitors, only for Jack Midson to immediately slot in an equaliser.
Byron Harrison volleyed the hosts into a 2-1 half-time lead, but they were pegged back after the break when Luke Howell fired in.
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AFC Wimbledon manager Terry Brown told BBC London 94.9:
"I can't say I am happy with the performance but I am happy with the point, because it was a well earned point.
"I am very pleased with the first half, the crowd got us up for it and helped us, we played some smashing stuff.
"In the second half it was relentless pressure, credit to them, our back four was always under pressure.
"I thought their midfield dominated the second half and that's an area we need to improve on."
AFC Wimbledon 01 Brown 05 Balkestein 15 Fenlon 24 Francomb 25 Bennett 04 Harris (Johnson - 70' ) 07 Long (Merrifield - 58' ) 08 S Moore 12 Jolley 09 Harrison (Kiernan - 78' ) 10 Midson Substitutes 33 Jaimez-Ruiz 03 Cummings 16 MacDonald 17 Johnson 18 Kiernan 20 Merrifield 21 Strutton Dagenham & Redbridge 01 Lewington 03 Ilesanmi 06 Spillane (Wilkinson - 78' ) 18 Hoyte 04 Doe 07 Williams (Woodall - 73' ) 17 Howell 19 Ogogo 24 Bingham (Do Green - 85' ) 12 Elito 20 Gayle Substitutes 30 Seabright 02 Wilkinson 11 Do Green 21 Da Green 10 Scott 14 Reed 23 Woodall