Neither side was able to break the deadlock as TSV 1860 Munich fought to a well-earned point away to Eintracht Braunschweig.
The first half-hour of the game passed with few causes for concern for either defence. Braunschweig looked more dangerous, however, and they began to pick the gaps as the half wore on. The best chance of the first period fell to Phil Ofosu-Ayeh, whose blistering run into the box forced a smart save from visiting custodian Vitus Eicher.
In the second half, 1860 began to find their feet. Daylon Claasen created two opportunities within the space of a few minutes as the hour-mark approached, the second forcing a superb save from Rafal Gikiewicz. With minutes to play, Stefan Mugosa squandered a gilt-edged chance for the visitors, whose battling display secured a deserved point.
1860 are now unbeaten in three although remain 17th, while the point lifts Braunschweig to fourth.