Medeama left it late to earn a 1-1 draw at King Faisal, who played with ten men, on Saturday in the Ghana Premier League.
New signing Kwame Boahene drilled in the leveller in injury time after skating past three defenders.
The Ghana U20 midfielder unleashed a low grounder which completely beat King Faisal goalkeeper Iddrisu Ibrahim.
Faisal took the lead on 37 minutes from the spot when Wilson Andoh swerved goalkeeper Foli Adade from 12 yards.
Midfielder Farouk Mohammed began the counter attack and released right-back Suraj Ibrahim who raced into the box and had to the dragged down by captain Godfred Rockson.
Referee Joseph Lamptey pointed to the spot and Andoh put it away excellently.
But in optional time of the first half, things turned sour for the goalscorer who was sent off for a secondyellow card offence.
Andoh slid Ebenezer Adjei and that caused him to take an early shower.
Faisal returned from the break but never showed signs of numerical disadvantage as they defended resolutely.
The hosts could have doubled their lead had referee Lamptey awarded a referee midway through the second half after Rockson felled danger man Sulley Mohammed.
Substitute Emmnauel Agyemang also made a solo run but his goal bound shot was intercepted by striker Sulley, his own player.
When all thought the match had gone Faisal’s way, Boahene burst up and picked a ball from midfield before racing with it to score the leveller.
Faisal, despite preserving their unbeaten run, are bitter with the points dropped.
Medeama are also unbeaten on the road in four matches.