Fulham fought back from two goals down to earn a point against 10-man Blackpool on Wednesday night.
Scott Parker and Bryan Ruiz, who scored direct from a corner, were on target at Craven Cottage in the 2-2 draw.
That came after Ishmael Miller and Jacob Murphy had put the visitors, now managed by former Fulham player Lee Clark, two goals in front.
The Cottagers were handed a lifeline just before the break when Blackpool skipper Tony McMahon saw red for kicking out at Hugo Rodallega and Parker then pulled one back.
Fulham piled on the pressure after the interval and finally equalised when Ruiz's corner caught out Blackpool keeper Joe Lewis and went straight in.
He added: "The first-half was as poor as we’ve played since I took over. The defending for the goals was poor to say the least and we didn’t pass the ball with any tempo.
“The sending-off changed the game. Second-half we were on the front foot and threw the kitchen sink at them.
"We have enough quality to be converting those chances. It's two points dropped.”