Brentford produced a terrific fightback from 2-0 behind to secure a crucial point against Leicester in a thrilling match at the King Power Stadium.
A header by Belgium defender Timothy Castagne from a corner opened the scoring for the Foxes, the only Premier League club not to have signed a player in the summer transfer window so far.
Leicester were the dominant side with Youri Tielemans hitting the post before Kiernan Dewsbury-Hall doubled the lead 25 seconds into the second half.
Brentford hit back when Ivan Toney scored from close range after Rico Henry’s pass.
Toney wasted a great chance to equalise when he headed wide after Leicester’s Wesley Fofana headed against the post.
But Brentford were not done as substitute Josh Dasilva struck an 86th-minute equaliser, starting the Bees’ second successive season in the top flight with a point.
There is so much talent running through this Leicester team but there have been suggestions that momentum could be waning after a dormant summer in the transfer market so far.
The Foxes have not spent a penny but have lost a legend after Kasper Schmeichel – their Premier League and FA Cup winning keeper – joined Nice, while Newcastle target James Maddison and Chelsea target Fofana are wanted elsewhere.
The way Leicester gave up a 2-0 lead will only lead to more calls for Brendan Rodgers, who has been linked with a loan move for Chelsea winger Callum Hudson-Odoi, to go out and strengthen his squad.
They looked certain to make a winning start after Dewsbury-Hall’s super finish added to Castagne’s opening goal.
Leicester started with a real flourish and were the dominant side. By the end they were fortunate not to lose as Brentford came roaring back.
The concern for Rodgers is that this was a real opportunity to make a solid start.
But it will feel like two points dropped, with matches to follow against Arsenal (away), Chelsea (away) and Manchester United (home) between now and 1 September.