PARIS – A goal four minutes into injury time by Daniele Galloppa rescued a 3-3 for Parma after rock-bottom Lecce squandered a two-goal lead in their Serie A clash.
Sergio Floccari had given Parma a first-half lead with a penalty before Lecce went 3-1 up through a David di Michele double and a Juan Cuadrado strike.
However, Graziano Pelle pulled one back with four minutes to go before Galloppa's late intervention broke Lecce hearts.
It meant Lecce still have only two victories from 15 games while Parma claimed another point as they look to keep clear of the drop zone.
The hosts had the first shot of the game, Stefano Morrone putting the ball wide before they took the lead after 18 minutes.
Stefano Ferrario fouled Jonathan Biabiany in the area with Floccari putting the spot-kick into the bottom left-hand corner.
Andrea Esposito and Massimo Oddo were both narrowly wide for the visitors while Morrone shot narrowly over in an open end to the first half.
Rodney Strasser shot just wide for Lecce and the visitors got their equaliser after 58 minutes with the first of two Di Michele strikes in three minutes.
Davide Brivio's cross found Di Michele in the centre of the penalty area and he slotted into the bottom right-hand corner of the goal.
With 61 minutes gone, Di Michele struck again to send a left-foot shot high into the top right corner from a Brivio header.
It was all Lecce and with 13 minutes remaining they moved into a 3-1 lead.
Luis Mirante found Cuadrado who fired home into the top left-hand corner.
Ruben Oliveira and Cuadrado both went wide as Lecce appeared on the brink of three points.
However, Pelle pulled one back with a shot into the bottom left four minutes from time.
Lecce were almost there but then Galloppa scored a fine equaliser, hitting the ball into the bottom left-hand corner from a corner.