Manchester United came from behind to claim a draw with CSKA Moscow, making it two Champions League games back to back unbeaten.
Seydou Doumbia had put the home side ahead in the first half, only for Anthony Martial to head in an equaliser in the second.
It was the Frenchman's fifth goal in nine games for United, capitalising on a pinpoint cross from Antonio Valencia.
Manager Louis van Gaal's team selection was notable for leaving out winger Memphis Depay once again, picking England under-21 international Jesse Lingard in his place.
After an injury hit campaign last season, Lingard is beginning to make an impression this time around, playing the second half in the 3-0 win over Everton at the weekend.
Lingard played the first 79 minutes before being substituted for Depay, and performed solidly, recording an 82 per cent pass completion rate.
He made four successful dribbles, only bettered by Anthony Martial (5), and contributed defensively with one tackle and one interception.
It was not a headline grabbing performance, but one where he looked liked he was part of the team and not overcome by nerves.
Van Gaal faces a big decision at the weekend whether to include Lingard against Manchester City on Sunday, and his display made it at least a possibility.
Here is a look at how United fans reacted on Twitter to Lingard's performance...
Glad Lingard started. Played pretty well, especially 1st half. Rojo had a shocker #MUFC— Amir Nazif Syed (@NazifSyed95) October 21, 2015
Will happily take that! Not the greatest of performances but a point in Moscow is decent, Lingard looked very good! #MUFC— Danny Beorby (@Dannyb444) October 21, 2015
So glad to have seen Jese lingard getting his chance finally in the first team! Looks comfortable too #mufc— Ceri Morris (@cjmorris91) October 21, 2015
lingard will be happy with that performance. worked hard #MUFC— Adam Joseph (@adamjoseph_27) October 21, 2015
Well done Lingard on a good Champions League debut. Should do great for his development. Memphis on for last 12 mins. #MUFC— iMallu (@NaanumEngineer) October 21, 2015
Lingard tracks back to assist his full back and works very hard for the team, not error prone Memphis. #mufc— Kofi Bismark (@kofibismark333) October 21, 2015