Manchester City twice surrendered the lead as they drew with FC Copenhagen in their last-32 Uefa Cup first-leg tie.
City were gifted the lead when keeper Jesper Christiansen shockingly allowed a tame Nedum Onuoha shot to squirm out of his grasp and into the net.
But Ailton Almeida punished some poor City marking by heading in a corner.
Stephen Ireland's half-volley restored City's lead but Martin Vingaard was left free to head in an injury-time equaliser from Dame N'Doye's cross.
Hughes had mixed emotions after the draw
Mark Hughes's side only had themselves to blame for allowing the Danish team to salvage an unlikely draw and further expose their defensive fragility as well as their meek away form.
Hughes had taken no chances for the game by fielding a strong line-up, despite Copenhagen having not played competitively since mid-December and still being in their 10-week winter break.
Nevertheless, it was a match for strong hearts as the home crowd created a vociferous atmosphere in the wind and snow at the Parken Stadium.
City have done little to suggest this season that they had the qualities for the occasion, especially away from home, but started off by showing they do have a streak of substance to go with flashes of swagger.
Shaun Wright-Phillips had the first noteworthy chance when he received a pass from Robinho and shifted to the right to make space for a shot which was blocked by keeper Christiansen.
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