A goal each from Kelechi Iheanacho and Mohamed Draeger ensured Nigeria and Tunisia share the spoils after the regulation period.
The Super Eagles had the chance to double their lead but Leicester City forward Iheanacho failed to convert the spot-kick.
Gernot Rohr's men were however unable to win either of their international friendly game Algeria and Tunisia.
The earlier fixture against the Desert Foxes ended in a 1-0 defeat, while the three-time Afcon gave up their early lead to draw against the Carthage Eagles.
Though inconsequential, victory would have helped Nigeria when the FIFA rankings for this month is released.
93’ — 1-1 it ends
Nigeria and Tunisia ended up playing 1-1 in their international friendly game in Austria as the referee signals final whistle.
92’ — 3 additional minutes added
Three minutes have been added to the game with both Nigeria and Tunisia trying hard to take advantage of either side to take the lead.
90’ — Okoye's save
Maduka Okoye pulled a stunning save for Nigeria in the late minutes of the game after Mohamed Draeger tried doubling his side's lead with a dropping ball. He would have scored a brace if he succeeded with the move.
87’ — Chidera Ejuke's dribbles
Debutant Chidera Ejuke showed off his quality after dribbling past Tunisia's defenders a few times before releasing the ball to his teammate but they failed to make any use of the ball in the end.
Ejuke replaced Villarreal winger Samuel Chukwueze was enterprising for the most part of the time he stayed on the pitch.
85’ — Iheanacho's waste
Leicester City's Kelechi Iheanacho failed to take advantage of Farouk Ben Mustapha's poor ball service to his players after he was dispossessed by the opponent while trying to make a move.
81’ — Awaziem's clearance
Second-half substitute Chigozie Awaziem wins a free-kick after clearing out a move from the opposition at the end of his side's danger zone.
78’ — Maduka Okoye's save
Nigeria's goalkeeper Maduka Okoye stopped Tunisian forward from putting his side in a move that ended up being flagged up for offside
76’ — Tunisia's move
Tunisia tried unlocking Nigeria's defence but Jamilu Collins intercepted the move and helped avert the danger at the edge of his side's 18-yard box.
66’ — Jamilu Collins in, Saidu Sanusi out
Super Eagles coach Gernot Rohr makes his second substitution in the game as Jamilu Collins comes in for Saidu Sanusi out with less than 30 minutes of play. The 26-year-old made his debut for the three-time African champions.
57’ — Tactical substitution for Nigeria
Leon Balogun leaves the pitch for Chigozie Awaziem in a tactical substitution for Nigeria as Gernot Rohr tried refreshing his team before the hour mark. This is also the Super Eagles first change in a match that has 30 more minutes before it ends
52’ — Balogun makes attacking move
Leon Balogun made an attacking move for the Super Eagles but Alex Iwobi could not get anything out of the pass he received from the Rangers defender.
50’ — Okoye's save
Maduka Okoye rose high-up to punch Tunisia's corner out of his danger zone but Ahmed Musa failed to make good use of the clearance.
48’ — Nigeria wins corner
Moses Simon wins a corner kick for Nigeria after sending a nice delivery into Tunisia's 18-yard box with Ahmed Musa making a run towards the ball but the opposition sent the ball out of play
46’ — Nigeria kick off second half
The players are back on the pitch with the Super Eagles playing from left to right as they also kick off the resumption for the rest of the encounter.
44’ — Gooooaaaalllll
Tunisia restore parity with a superb strike with seconds towards the end of the opening half. Mohamed Draeger powered home a close-range shot after connecting with a low cross from the left-wing.
The visitors continued to mount pressure on the Super Eagles until they found the back of the net just before the half-time whistle.
42’ — Moses Simon tormenting Tunisia's defence
Moses Simon has been impressive in the left-wing as he constantly dribbles his way beyond the defenders but his teammates have however failed to convert his deliveries.
39’ — Iheanacho effort saved
Moses Simon combined forced with Kelechi Iheanacho to double Nigeria's lead but Farouk Ben Mustapha rather parried the ball to the corner.
36’ — Leon Balogun averts another danger
Rangers defender Leon Balogun is having a swell time on the pitch after heading out Tunisia's attacking move from the corner. The 32-year-old has been more than decent in the game
28’ — Iheanacho misses penalty
Kelechi Iheanacho failed to double Nigeria's lead from the spot-kick after the Tunisia goalkeeper denied him a chance.
Ahmed Misa won the penalty for the hosts after being brought down in the 18-yard by Farouk Ben Mustapha.
26’ — Balogun averts danger
Leon Balogun was in the right position to head of Rafia Hamza's precise cross from the right-wing as they look to restore parity before half-time.
24’ — Samuel Chukwueze's pass intercepted
Samuel Chukwueze tried setting up Kelechi Iheanacho for another goal but a Tunisian defender cut out the pass from reaching its destination.
21’ — Goaaaaallll
Kelechi Iheanacho puts Nigeria ahead with a superb left-foot strike from close range after making a stunning turn in the 18-yard box.
17’ — Attacking move for Nigeria
Alex Iwobi tried inspiring an attacking move but the last effort by Zaidu Sanusi was ballooned over the post.
12’ — Nigeria gaining momentum
Super Eagles came close to scoring through Kevin Akpoguma from close range but his effort was blocked by a wall in the Tunisian danger zone.
Earlier, Leicester City's Kelechi Iheanacho won a free-kick after being brought down during an attacking move from the west African side.
10’ — Rafia Hamza booked
Rafia Hamza handed the first yellow card of the game after tripping Nantes' Moses Simon shortly after he badged Sanusi off the ball.
7’ — Moses Simon's attack
Nigerian winger Moses Simon tried breaking into Tunisia's danger zone but he was denied access by one of the opposition's defender
5’ — Tunisia in control of the game
Tunisian stars are in control of the game spreading the ball across the pitch with the Super Eagles stars doing catch-ups so far in the game
3’ — Penalty denied
Tunisia were denied a penalty call after Moses Simon brought down an attacking player from the opposition in the early minutes of the encounter.
1’ — Nigeria vs Tunisia kickoff
Super Eagles are in their traditional green and white jersey while their Tunisian counterparts are dressed in all red with the hosts playing from right to left of the screen