Wolverhampton Wanderers staged a late comeback on Saturday, with two goals in two minutes salvaging a 2-2 draw against Swansea and preventing a sixth successive Premier League loss.
Kevin Doyle began the Wolves recovery with an 84th-minute strike after goalkeeper Michel Vorm parried Sam Vokes' shot.
And Jamie O'Hara clinched the point that could ease the pressure slightly on manager Mick McCarthy.
Danny Graham had put Swansea ahead in the 23rd, bringing down Mark Gower's pass and slotting beyond goalkeeper Wayne Hennessey.
After his third goal in as many games, the striker turned provider in the 35th, teeing up midfielder Joe Allen for an easy tap in to put promoted Swansea 2-0 up at half time.