The PSV goalkeeper replaced the dismissed Wojciech Szczesny midway through the second half, but made an instant impact as his penalty saved the hosts from an opening defeat
The hosts dominated the first half and took the lead through Robert Lewandowski inside 20 minutes, with Sokratis Papadopoulos sent off for a second bookable offence before half time.
But their opponents equalised after the restart and the PSV goalkeeper was required to replace Wojciech Szczesny after he was sent off in conceding a penalty for a foul on goalscorer Dimitris Salpingidis.
|HASH OF THE TYTON
|40/1||Tyton and Poland are 40/1 to lose 4-0 against Russia with Bet365|
“It felt like a dream,” the substitute keeper recalled as he arrived after 69 minutes before diving to his right to save Greek captain Giorgos Karagounis’ penalty.
“I was aware that now was may chance. I really wanted to help the team. Thank god I saved the penalty.”
Franciszek Smuda's side took a point from the game but Tyton felt The White Eagles should have got more from tha game, and concluded: “We have a point. It’s not bad.
“But the course of the game indicates that we could have ended it better.”
Tyton had approached the tournament as likely third choice between the posts, but with reserve Lukasz Fabianski ruled out from the squad with a shoulder injury and fellow Gunner Szczesny now suspended, he now looks set to start on Tuesday against Russia.