Derby 1-1 Brentford
Alex Pritchard scored a sensational goal but it was cancelled out in stoppage time by Darren Bent as Brentford were made to rue their missed chances at Derby.
The Tottenham midfielder curled a sublime effort in from 20 yards as Brentford dominated proceedings.
But Bent struck in stoppage time to rescue a point for the home side that they scarcely deserved as he fired home from close range.
Derby made the brighter start with Tom Ince going close from a free kick just five minutes into the contest after a heavy lunge from Toumani Diagouraga.
The former Blackpool man forced David Button into a strong save moments later as his curling effort was pushed clear of goal.
Brentford started to forge their way into the contest and Alan Judge curled a free kick wide midway through the first half.
They took control and they had the lead on 28 minutes. Toumani Diagouraga worked hard to win the ball back and sent Judge forward, who found Pritchard. The Tottenham loanee cut inside and produced a shot that nestled in the bottom corner.
The goal silenced the iPro Stadium and Brentford started to dominate possession and look after the football in the manner Mark Warburton has preached during his time in charge.
Brentford had chances to double their lead and Craig Forsyth cleared off the line from Jonathan Douglas.
Andre Gray should have secured the points but flashed wide after he had a clear sight of goal on two occasions.
Substitute Zak Whitbread forced Button to tip the ball behind in the dying minutes of the game but broke through as Bent, who had been anonymous all game, found time and space to fire home an undeserved equaliser.
BEES: Button, Odubajo, Dean, Tarkowski, Bidwell, Diagouraga, Douglas, Judge, Jota, Pritchard, Gray.
Subs (not used): Bonham, Craig, McCormack, O'Connell.