AFC Wimbledon surrendered a 2–1 lead as they were forced to settle for a point against promotion favourites Shrewsbury Town on Saturday.
James Collins had given the visitors an early lead when he nodded in Liam Lawrence's cross, only for debutant Matt Tubbs to power the Dons level.
Fellow new boy Sean Rigg put the hosts in front when he slammed home a loose ball in the box, but Shrewsbury hit back late on through Collins as honours ended even at Kingsmeadow.
Wimbledon boss Neal Ardley was disappointed his side had failed to close out the game.
He said: “With six minutes to go we were 2–1 up without really being opened up until that point,” he said.
“It wasn't even a great ball in – we had one switch off at the back post, ball-watching, and before you know it their guy's got in round the back for their equaliser.”