Kevin Mondeko Zatu scored late into stoppage time as TP Mazembe twice came from behind to hold Cotonsport to a 2-2 draw in Garoua in their fourth Group C match of the TotalEnergies CAF Confederation Cup.
The result saw Mazembe remain top of the group with seven points off two wins and a draw. Cotonsport on their end picked a third draw in four matches and are bottom of the group with two rounds of matches left.
The Cameroonian side started the match strongly as they knew a win would boost their prospects of making the last eight. They got into the lead on the quarter hour mark when Souaibou Marou finished off from close range.
But Mazembe kept fighting and they drew level three minutes to halftime when Jephte Kitambala finished off a pass from Merceil Ngimbi.
In the second half, Coton came back more determined and they pushed hard to get back into the lead. They finally got back their lead in the 67th minute when Mazembe defender Godet Mosengo scored into his own net.
At 2-1, the Cameroonians thought they were holding on for the victory and played on the counter trying to keep their advantage. But, the Congolese side pushed and managed to come back to score at the tail end, Mondeko clinching the a point.