He enjoyed another after Crystal Palace staged a stirring fightback from two goals down.
Now the rescue artist looks good to save another side, with Palace seven points clear of the drop with six games remaining.
“Today’s point feels like a win,” the Eagles manager said. “A tremendous fightback and something that would not have happened before I arrived. We have a new mentality and fitness. A very, very precious point.”
You could argue Leicester were recovering from their midweek trip to Spain and had one eye on Tuesday’s Champions League return leg with Atletico Madrid.
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Jamie Vardy's resurgence continued at Selhurst Park
But they still looked set for the points early in the second half at 2-0 in front.
The Foxes went ahead after Christian Fuchs’ long throw saw Robert Huth rise unchallenged to head in after six minutes for the first goal Palace had conceded in their last three home games.
On 53 minutes it was 2-0. After defending a corner, the Foxes broke in a style seen so often in their title-winning campaign and Riyard Mahrez fed Jamie Vardy, who finished the job.
Yet within a minute Palace pulled one back through Johan Cabaye and 20 minutes from time they were level.
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Crystal Palace players celebrate Christian Benteke's goal
Andros Townsend crossed and Christian Benteke powered through the Leicester defence to head home.
Allardyce said of Benteke: “He’s been all power, full of confidence and showing why I always had faith in him.”
The draw puts Leicester nine points above third-bottom Swansea and boss Craig Shakespeare said: “It was a good point, could have been more but Palace’s first goal within a minute of our second changed the game.
“There was no temptation on my part to rest players (for Tuesday) because we still needed points.”