Brighton's Shane Duffy scored a goal but watch his side throw away a two goal lead as they were held to a 2-2 draw with West Ham.
Brighton took the lead in the 57th against the run of play when goalkeeper Lukasz Fabianski punched out a corner shot as far as Dale Stephens, who volleyed the ball home from the edge of the area.
The visitors went 2-0 up in the 59th through Duffy, again off a corner kick, who flicked the ball in from a tight angle at the back post.
If West Ham looked to have crumbled, Marko Arnautovic had other thoughts.
The Austrian pulled one back from close range in the 66th and equalised in the 68th when substitute Michail Antonio crossed from the right -- with the ball almost over the byline - for him to fire home.
Huddersfield Town suffered a club record eighth straight defeat as they fell to a 2-1 home loss to fellow strugglers Burnley, with Robbie Brady sent-off on his return from injury.
Ashley Barnes' second-half winner clinched the victory for Burnley and lifted them out of the bottom three.
Barnes notched his fifth goal of the season after Chris Wood had cancelled out Steve Mounie's first-half opener for Huddersfield, who slumped to a club record eighth straight defeat.
The home side battled bravely despite being a man down for the entire second period following Christopher Schindler's dismissal for two yellow-card offences just before the break.
Burnley also ended with 10 men after substitute Brady's straight red card for a cynical challenge on Isaac Mbenza in the closing stages.
Callum Wilson and Ryan Fraser struck equalisers just three minutes apart as Bournemouth salvaged a madcap 3-3 draw with Watford.
Troy Deeney's early brace had Watford 2-0 to the good, before Nathan Ake and Wilson had Bournemouth level - but for less than a minute.
Ken Sema fired in from Deeney's knock-down to nudge Watford into a 3-2 lead, but one the Hornets could only hold for two minutes.
The excellent Fraser's composed finish drew Bournemouth level at 3-3 before half-time, and despite a clutch of Cherries chances after the break, so the scores remained.
Four goals in six minutes lit up the tail-end of the first-half, with Deeney taking his top-flight tally to five for the campaign and Wilson claiming his ninth in the league for the hosts.
Crystal Palace's late show earned a deserved 2-0 win at Wolves.
Jordan Ayew and Luka Milivojevic, from the penalty spot, scored in the final seven minutes to ease Palace's goal woes.
The Eagles' loan pursuit of Liverpool's Dominic Solanke looks over with doubts over his fitness while Wilfried Zaha stretched his goal drought to 14 games.
Wolves are chasing Chelsea's Tammy Abraham, currently on loan at Aston Villa, and both teams showed why they needed fresh firepower in a forgettable game.