Dundee and Inverness Caledonian Thistle traded second half penalty goals for a share of the spoils in the Highlands.
Rory Loy and Greg Tansey were the men who scored from the spot in the 1-1 draw.
But the fact that Dundee had taken the lead, and Caley had a player sent off for their penalty award (David Raven), meant this was a better point for the hosts than the Dark Blues, whose winless league run at this ground continues.
There wasn’t much action in the early stages at either end of the pitch, and it took until the 13th minute for Dundee to first threaten.
After showing quick feet in the box, Rhys Healey teed up a Greg Stewart shot. He claimed his effort hit a Caley hand but nothing was given.
In 19 minutes Paul McGowan did well to work himself some space for a shot, but his 25-yarder soared over the crossbar.
The hosts began to take control, and when a cross came in from the right, Ryan Christie chested it down and it took a last ditch interception from Thomas Konrad on the stretch to prevent a simple finish.
Moments later Danny Devine sent a header from a free-kick straight at Scott Bain.
Kostadin Gadzhalov dived in to make a challenge near the half-way line and the Dundee defence were exposed as a result. Thankfully for Gadzhalov, Christie scuffed his shot at the end of the Caley counter-attack.
Then on 35 minutes Josh Meekings headed home a Tansey free-kick only to see it chalked off for offside.
If either side deserved a first half lead it was Caley, but five minutes after the re-start the visitors went in front.
Raven was caught out of position, and when Stewart got his body between the defender and the ball it drew contact and Stewart went down in the box.
A penalty was awarded, Raven was sent-off, and Loy scored from the spot to make it 1-0.
Dundee assumed control of the game with their one man and one goal advantage but they gave it away just after the hour mark with the second penalty of the afternoon.
Christie was at the edge of the box and going nowhere fast when Kevin Holt made a rash challenge. It looked like the correct decision again from referee Brian Colvin and Tansey was as clinical as Loy to equalise.
It was an even contest for the remainder of the match and Holt teed up Kane Hemmings on 78 minutes just inside the box. The substitute’s fierce strike forced a fine save out of keeper Fon Williams.
Then on 83 minutes Caley should have gone in front. From a Meekings cross the ball broke perfectly for Liam Polworth on the penalty spot but he dragged his shot past the post.
With a minute left Meekings had a wild lash at a shot that flew over and it finished 1-1.