Brentford claimed a dramatic late draw at Aston Villa as John Egan's 89th minute strike grabbed a deserved point for the Bees.
Jonathan Kodjia's fine strike gave the Villans the lead after 15 minutes as Roberto Di Matteo's side enjoyed the better of the first-half.
The Bees had the better of the second as they went on the hunt for an equaliser with the hosts showing Brentford the ultimate respect by sitting further and further back.
And Dean Smith's side had their reward when Egan popped up at the far post from Sullay Kaikai's cross to level the scores.
Slow starters, strong finishers
Much like the 2-0 win at Brighton on Saturday, Brentford made a slow start as Villa had the better of the opening stages.
At the Amex, though, the Bees scored against the run of play but this time, the home side grabbed the lead through a fine goal from Jonathan Kodjia.
However, just like on the south coast the Bees came out fighting in the second half and dominated proceedings.
Villa sat back and sat back as the fans and players got nervous with Dean Smith making the right substitutions; bringing on Lasse Vibe and Sullay Kaikai
And they grabbed a deserved equaliser in the final minutes of normal time through John Egan.
Brentford have the soul
Aston Villa may have spent a net £30million this transfer window but there was little difference in quality between the two sides.
The Bees gave everything they had and it was only a goal from Jonathan Kodjia that was the difference up until the 88th minute.
When it comes to budget, Brentford have no right to be in the same division as Roberto Di Matteo's side but football isn't played in the accounts. It's played on the pitch.
Ultimately, mismanagement from the top at Villa Park and excellent work behind the scenes at Griffin Park means they are on the same pitch as the Bees.
And in the second half it was the Villa fans frustrated as Brentford took the game to them leading to the Italian looking to shut up shop and take the 1-0.
But it didn't work as Egan popped up at the back post to equalise and give Brentford a share of the spoils.
Left side struggle
As Andreas Bjelland revealed after the win against Brighton, he has seldom played at left back in his career.
And, try as he might, that inexperience was exposed by Jonathan Kodjia in the first half on a number of occasions.
The £15million man's pace and guile caught the Bees' record signing out and the Villa striker lashed a vicious shot that Daniel Bentley could do nothing to keep out.
That said, it was a harder battle against Kodjia than the out-of-sorts Anthony Knockaert and, by the second half, he climbed into the game.
We may only be in mid-September but Ryan Woods is on the brink of a suspension after picking up his fourth booking.
Given the way he plays and the amnesty not due for a long time it is almost inevitable that a suspension will kick in at some point.
That will give a chance to Alan McCormack, who plays in very much the same way as Woods.
Hurry up Hogan
There is no doubting Scott Hogan's class with the ball at his feet but I do with he would play to the whistle more.
He felt he had been caught in the face and stayed down to protest to the match official, who was not interested in the slightest.
Had he pushed forward there may have been a chance for the Bees but, as it was, there was nobody in the box to get on the end of any cross.