Danish champions Nordsjaelland collected their first ever Champions League point after drawing 1-1 with Juventus at Parken Stadium in Copenhagen.
Mikkel Beckmann gave Nordsjaelland the lead on 50 minutes with an inch perfect free-kick from 20 yards into the top corner of Gianluigi Buffon's goal.
Juventus levelled with nine minutes remaining thanks to substitute Mirko Vucinic’s sharp volley from Mauricio Isla’s low cross from the right.
The Italian champions have now drawn their last nine games in European competition, and remain in third place in Group E on three points, after two draws from the opening two games - away at Chelsea and home to Shakhtar Donetsk.
Juventus had three half-chances in as many minutes at the start of the game with Sebastian Giovinco causing problems with his movement.
But Buffon was forced into a sharp save from Kasper Lorentzen just after the quarter-hour mark, then the Italy goalkeeper easily saved Beckmann's low shot a minute later.
Referee Deniz Aytekin was at the centre of two big decisions during the opening period. The first came after 25 minutes, when the German official was lenient as Patrick Mtiliga shoulder-charged Alessandro Matri on the edge of the area as the Italian bore down on goal.
His second was spot on, adjudging Buffon had used his chest as he charged down Joshua John’s chip outside the area. It looked an obvious handball, but replays showed that Aytekin had made the correct call.
Giovinco saw a subsequent shot hit the side netting, then was denied twice by Nordsjaelland goalkeeper Jesper Hansen, as the sides went into the break on level terms.
Beckmann netted Nordsjaelland's first Champions League goal six minutes into the second half with a sublime free-kick from 20 yards. It came after Juventus conceded a cynical free-kick when Giorgio Chiellini used an arm to stop Andreas Laudrup from advancing into the area.
Hansen then made a brilliant save from Claudio Marchisio moments later with a fine block at full stretch from Paolo De Ceglie's cross from the left.
Hansen subsequently made good stops from Andrea Pirlo's free-kick and from Vucinic, but the Montenegrin netted the equaliser with nine minutes to go when he got in front of Jores Okore to volley Isla’s cross past Hansen.
MAN OF THE MATCH
Jores Okore - FC Nordsjælland: Okore was superb at the heart of the hosts' defence, constantly snuffing out the danger of Matri and Giovinco. The Ivorian is only 20 years old, and this was a performance that may have alerted Premier League clubs.
NORDSJAELLAND: J Hansen 8; Parkhurst 7, Okore 9, Runje 8, Mtiliga 7; Adu 7, Stokholm 7; Laudrup 8, Lorentzen 7, John 8 Beckmann 8. Subs: Christensen 7, Christiansen 7, Nordstrand 7.
JUVENTUS: Buffon 7; Lucio 6, Bonucci 6, Chiellini 6; Isla 7, Vidal 7, Pirlo 7, Marchisio 7, De Ceglie 7; Matri 6, Giovinco 8. Subs: Giaccherini 7, Vucinic 8, Bendtner 7.