|Campbell 80||Venue: The Den
DJ Campbell scored on his debut to rescue Millwall a point in a bad-tempered draw with Sheffield Wednesday at The Den.
Campbell headed in from close range after Liam Trotter's effort had come back off the post to cancel out Giles Coke's opener for the visitors.
The game ended on a sour note with Shane Lowry and Coke both shown red cards for their involvement in a mass brawl, which led to two other players being booked.
Boss Ian Holloway made two changes to the side that started against Ipswich Town, with Stephen Bywater and Martyn Woolford replacing David Forde and Scott McDonald.
Millwall came flying out of the traps, creating a string of early chances.
Miguel Llera made a vital interception in the third minute to steal the ball off the toes of Lee Martin, who had latched onto Woolford's clever pass inside the area.
From the resulting corner, Steve Morison headed over.
In the 11th minute, another Martin corner caused problems in the Wednesday box, but this time Chris Kirkland held onto Danny Shittu's effort.
Morison then worked a yard of space for himself inside the area by shifting the ball onto his left foot, but his effort was deflected away from goal by Kirkland.
The Lions should have broken the deadlock in the 14th minute when Oguchi Onyewu's lazy back pass went straight to Martin, but he failed to beat Kirkland.
Having been camped inside their own half for most of the opening quarter of an hour, the Owls finally came to life.
And they could have gone 1-0 in front when Nicky Bailey's under-hit pass fell to Jeremy Helan, whose cross was headed over by Atdhe Nuhiu inside the six yard box.
Martin twisted his way past two defenders but saw his shot blocked by a third, before Chris Maguire blazed over at the other end as the sides went in level at the break.
Kirkland made a fingertip-save to deny Millwall a dream start to the second half, somehow tipping Morison's looping header around the post.
At the other end, Bywater fumbled a simple cross but redeemed himself by scrambling the ball away from the feet of Nuhiu, who looked certain to score.
Bywater held onto substitute Caolan Lavery's curling drive before DJ Campbell was brought on to replace Andy Keogh in the 55th minute.
Morison carved out an opening for sub Liam Feeney in the 65th minute, squaring the ball across the face of goal to the far post, but the winger stabbed wide.
That miss proved costly when Coke raced onto a defence-splitting pass, rounded Bywater and slotted into an empty net.
Nuhiu then hit the bar as the Owls pushed for a killer second goal.
But the Lions drew level ten minutes from time when Campbell, who should have been awarded a penalty moments earlier, headed into an empty net.
As the game entered stoppage time, Lowry and Coke clashed on the touchline and, after both sets of players were pulled apart, referee Lee Probert brandished the red card.
That was not the end of the controversy, though, as Kirkland appeared to use his hand outside of his area to block Campbell's shot in stoppage time, but Probert waved play on.