France drew for the fifth game in a row in all competitions as their stuttering World Cup qualifying campaign continued with an entertaining draw in Ukraine.
Mykola Shaparenko put the hosts ahead with an excellent 44th-minute strike into the top corner from 20 yards.
Anthony Martial bundled in a close-range equaliser for only his second international goal - and first since 2016.
Moussa Diaby almost won the game, but hit the post from Karim Benzema's pass.
Seven of the 10 Group D games have resulted in draws, including all five of Ukraine's games.
France top the group on nine points from five games but Finland - in second on five points - have two games in hand.
France host Finland on Tuesday.
Including their 3-3 draw with Switzerland at Euro 2020, a match they lost on penalties, France have now drawn their past five games.