Jamie Vardy recovered from scoring an early own goal to score twice and earn Leicester City a 2-2 draw with winless Burnley.
The striker flicked Ashley Westwood’s corner past team-mate Kasper Schmeichel to give the visitors the lead after 12 minutes.
He redeemed himself on 37 minutes, latching on to a Youri Tielemans through-ball and finding the bottom-left corner.
But Burnley restored their advantage five minutes before half-time through Maxwel Cornet’s first Premier League goal.
The Ivorian volleyed Matej Vydra’s cross spectacularly past Schmeichel but was forced off shortly after through injury.
The second half continued in a similar end-to-end fashion and Vardy eventually squeezed the ball in from a tight angle to level for a second time with five minutes to play.
There was still time for late drama as Chris Wood headed in from close range, only for it to be overturned following a VAR review.
Leicester sit 12th with seven points, while Burnley stay 19th on two points.