Dynamos came from a goal behind to grab a share of the spoils in their Castle Premiership match against Wits University at the Giyani Stadium on Sunday.
Despite the searing heat at the Giyani Stadium, the game got off to a bright start with both teams showing that they were intent on playing attacking football.
The hosts enjoyed the better of the earlier exchanges, with Vusi Dlamini coming close in the first minute with a long range shot and then again in the 6th minute when he rattled Wayne Roberts' crossbar with a brilliant curling shot from range.
Wits midfielder Sipho Mngomezulu came close for the Johannesburg side when he picked up a loose ball on the edge of the area and rifled his shot just over the crossbar.
With the game reaching the half hour mark, the Clever Boys had the hosts pinned back in their own half and this paid dividends when Mngomezulu threaded a ball through for Sydney Nkalanga, who finished well with a low shot across keeper Abram Kwenenyane.
Some indecisive play by Kwenenyane in the 40th minute nearly saw Nkalanga grab a second with an overhead kick, however the Dynamos defence was able to scramble the ball clear.
In the 43rd minute Dynamos striker Sandile Ndlovu wasted a golden opportunity when he headed over the bar from close range with only Roberts to beat.
However, the lanky striker made ammends in the 45th minute when he played a on-two with Dlamini before finishing expertly with his right foot from an acute angle.
Dynamos started well in the second stanza and had early chances through Josam Ndou and Dlamini.
The Clever Boys, however, played themselves back into the game, with Nkalanga in particular very impressive for Roger de Sa's men, although there was little in the way of goal scoring opportunities.
The game continued in this vein until the final whistle - with both sides giving their full commitment, with chances few and far between.
With just a couple of minutes to go Roberts did well to make one final save from a Tumi Ledingwane shot.
A draw was a fair reflection on what was a hard fought match, played in extremely hot conditions.