Rory Lamont marked his return to Scottish rugby with Glasgow's only try in the heroic 13-13 draw against Montpellier in France which kept his side's slim hopes of a Heineken Cup quarter-final place alive.
The 29-year-old, who has been capped 26 times by Scotland, crossed for the Warriors' second-half try in only his second game back in Scottish rugby after the frustration of his recent spell in France with Toulon.
The Warriors deserved to share the spoils of this clash against a Montpellier side who have now drawn two of their home games in this season's Heineken Cup campaign.
All of Glasgow's points came after the break with Ruaridh Jackson kicking a penalty and Duncan Weir a penalty and conversion.
Yohan Audrin crossed for Montpellier and Itlian Perraux kicked two penalties and a conversion.