A stoppage-time equaliser from Liam Sercombe rescued a point for Exeter against Portsmouth.
Pompey took the lead on nine minutes when Jake Jervis tapped in from six yards after Ben Chorley's knock-down.
Ryan Taylor had a chance to kill the game when Grecians goalkeeper Artur Krysiak missed a back pass, but his shot ended up in the side-netting.
Deep into stoppage time, Sercombe's shot took a deflection to leave visiting keeper Trevor Carson stranded.
Exeter are now six points above the bottom two, while Portsmouth are four points ahead of the relegation zone.
VIEW FROM THE DRESSING ROOM
Portsmouth manager Richie Barker told BBC Radio Solent:
"I can't fault the players, I thought the players' attitude was fantastic. I have to say I thought the throw-in that they scored from was our throw-in. I'm not sure where four minutes of injury time come from as well.
"It's tough to take. The positives are it's five away games without a defeat or something now - so we're becoming tougher to beat on the road, but again it's another draw.
"I'm gutted really because I thought the players did everything we asked of them.
"Six, eight weeks ago, whatever it was, we lost five in a row. We've now lost two in nine, so it's certainly not a worry for me because we've got to be going in the right direction."
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