Exeter boss Paul Tisdale admitted to feeling mixed emotions following his side's 4-4 draw at Sheffield United.
After leading 2-0, following goals from Daniel Nardiello and David Noble, the Blades stormed back to go 3-2 up with Matt Phillips, Billy Clarke and Matt Lowton scoring.
John O'Flynn then equalised before Phillips scored again to make it 4-3 prior to James Dunne levelling in the 87th minute.
"I'm not sure what to say, really. I don't know if I'm cheesed off after being 2-0 up or elated that we were 3-2 and 4-3 down and managed to get a point," Tisdale said. "It was a brilliant game of football. I feel quite happy but I'm sure that he (Sheffield United manager Danny Wilson) will be disappointed having been 4-3 up late on.
"We knew there was an attacking threat, especially from Phillips and I made a choice that we weren't going to try and lock him up and take him out of the game. We were going to let him have a one-on-one contest with Scott Golbourne and we were going to try and play our game in other areas.
"I tried to put our strength into the middle of midfield and I just felt we could score. We've scored six away goals this week and we hadn't scored an away goal until this week. We have been lacking forward players but now we've got them all fit and hopefully we can go on from here and score goals like we did last season."