Memphis Depay missed a last-minute penalty as the Netherlands drew 2-2 with Poland in the Nations League on Saturday in a game where the hosts trailed 2-0 at one stage.
Poland defender Matty Cash was penalised for handball as the clock hit 90 minutes.
The Dutch went into Saturday's match in Rotterdam with a 100% record after a 4-1 win over Belgium and a late 2-1 victory against Wales.
Poland had beaten Wales 2-1 but suffered a 6-1 rout at the hands of Belgium.
After soaking up early pressure, the Poles opened the scoring after 18 minutes on Saturday.
Nicola Zalewski crossed from right where Aston Villa full-back Cash was on hand to slot the ball past Mark Flekken in the Dutch goal.
Five minutes into the second period, Poland were 2-0 ahead.
He unselfishly squared the ball for Piotr Zielinski to tap in with the goal standing after a VAR review.
However, the Dutch roared back with two goals in three minutes with Davy Klaassen scoring from close range and Denzel Dumfries equalising from a Depay pass.
After Depay fluffed his penalty chance, he had the opportunity to quickly make amends but goalkeeper Lukasz Skorupski pulled off a sensational stoppage-time save.