Riyad Mahrez’s first goal of the season rescued a point for struggling Leicester City as West Bromwich Albion conceded another late equaliser.
Nacer Chadli’s sublime free-kick looked set to earn the Baggies a hard-earned win in a game short on quality.
Mahrez, who had wasted a great chance when the game was goalless, tucked home after substitute Islam Slimani headed the ball down.
It is the third time this season West Brom have conceded an equaliser after 75 minutes.
Leicester remain in the relegation zone and without a win in six Premier League games.
The last time they went that long without a victory, Claudio Ranieri was sacked as manager.
Where is Leicester’s next win coming from?
The Foxes are two points from a position of safety and have taken just three points from their six matches since beating Brighton 2-0 on 19 August.
They created the better chances in a desperately poor game at the King Power Stadium and, even with Mahrez’s late goal, it was another lacklustre performance.
The Foxes have won just once in their past 11 league games under Craig Shakespeare, whose decision to drop Shinji Okazaki for Kelechi Iheanacho failed to ignite the side.
The £25m summer signing from Manchester City was underwhelming in his second league start for the club, touching the ball just 12 times in the opening 45 minutes – all outside the Baggies’ penalty area.
Iheanacho was finally replaced with 15 minutes to go by Slimani, whose introduction proved pivotal as he teed up Mahrez for his goal.
Ugly to watch, but job done for Baggies
West Brom appeared to come with the intention of frustrating their hosts – and came close to carrying out their gameplan to perfection.
But manager Tony Pulis will be concerned at the annoying habit his side have developed of turning victories into draws.
They dropped two points at home to Stoke on 27 August when Peter Crouch was allowed to equalise in the 77th minute and Richarlison secured a point for Watford with a 90th-minute goal at The Hawthorns on 30 September.
Had they held out against Stoke, Watford and Leicester, West Brom would be fourth in the table on 16 points.
Instead, they are 10th on 10 points.
More to follow.