Brighton and Hove Albion scored an 88th-minute equaliser to share the points with Millwall tonight.
Brighton went into the match as one of just three Championship sides still unbeaten in 2012, whereas Millwall had only won one of their last seven league games.
Despite this, it was the visitors who took the lead after 23 minutes. Peter Brezovan came out to claim the ball, but his punch fell straight to Andy Keogh, who punished the Seagulls stopper for his mistake in clinical fashion.
Neither side could find a second goal before half time, but it didn't take long after the interval for the hosts to equalise.
Both sides began to look for a goal to put them in the lead and it was Millwall who got it just after the hour mark, and once again it came from a goalkeeping error.
Brezovan came for a cross but completely missed the ball, leaving Feeney free to roll the ball in.
On came Kazenga Lua-Lua as a substitute for the Seagulls in an effort to grab an equaliser and, three minutes later, he achieved it with a 30-yard free kick.
Both sides pushed for more late drama, but neither side could muster a winning goal and the spoils were shared.