Striker Ade Azeez scored in damage time as AFC Wimbledon fought back to seal a belated point against Wycombe Wanderers.
The very best potential for a peaceful very first one half emerged when Wimbledon's Lyle Taylor fired over from George Francomb's corner.
Jason McCarthy scored his first objective in expert football to provide Wycombe the lead after the Dons neglected to clear Michael Harriman's free-kick.
But Azeez secured a place for hosts in added time when Wycombe goalkeeper Matt Ingram neglected to strike clear.
AFC Wimbledon manager Neal Ardley informed BBC Radio London:Ardley on AFC Wimbledon v Wycombe
"i do believe it's a good result. Clearly Gareth [Ainsworth] defintely won't be happy, 90 minutes in 1-0 up thinking they're safeguarding a lead.
"I don't believe they did enough to win the video game and I do not think we did adequate to win the video game.
"I think circumstances didn't assist - it was a swirling, terrible strong wind, plus the finish i do believe we got caught possibly playing a casino game they are better at than we have been."
Wycombe manager Gareth Ainsworth informed BBC Three Counties Broadcast:Ainsworth on Wimbledon v Wycombe
"It really is almost like a defeat but I've just said to them it's a fantastic point away from home, but the performance, the job ethic was positively brilliant these days.
"Wimbledon have already been on really good form, they took a point at Portsmouth, won the three before that, thus I believe this can be a good point for us.