Callum Hudson-Odoi scored a glorious equaliser on his Nottingham Forest debut to earn an English Premier League 1-1 draw against Burnley.
The Clarets looked to be controlling the game but deadline day signing Hudson-Odoi had other ideas, curling a stunning strike into the top corner on the hour mark.
Burnley had taken a first-half lead through Zeki Amdouni’s well-taken shot into the bottom corner after fine work by the lively teenager Luca Koleosho.
Swiss striker Amdouni, who scored the winner here in the Carabao Cup just 20 days ago, had already given goalkeeper Matt Turner a warning sign with a stinging drive from range before netting a cool finish.
Vincent Kompany’s visitors thought they had grabbed the winner 12 minutes from time when Lyle Foster stroked in from close range, but it was ruled out for a handball by Sander Berge in the build-up.
Burnley’s night then ended on a sour note when top scorer Foster was sent off for violent conduct in injury time, after a needless off-the-ball elbow on Ryan Yates.
Following three straight defeats, the result allows Burnley to get off the mark this season, while Forest have made a decent start to the campaign with seven points from five games.