CARL Cort earned Brentford a hard-fought point at high-flying Millwall.
The Bees hotshot marked his first start for five months with the opener, only for Paul Robinson to head the hosts level after the break.
Millwall made most of the early running, Wojciech Szczesny denied Steve Morison, while Neil Harris's deft chip came back off the post.
But it was Brentford who broke the deadlock on the half-hour mark when Karleigh Osborne picked out Cort, and he slotted the ball beyond David Forde to give the visitors a shock lead.
Szczesny had to be at his best after the break to deny Danny Schofield after he skipped past Osborne as the Lions piled on the pressure in search of a leveller.
Morison had a shot blocked by Toumani Diagouraga , Szczesny thwarted Harris at point-blank range, while Sean Batt had an effort pushed wide.
But their pressure eventually paid off when Robinson stooped to head home Tony Craig's corner 15 minutes from time.
Millwall looked the more likely winners from then on, but battling Brentford held on for a point.