Vauxhall Motors 2 Boston United 2: Match report
An 89th minute strike from Marc Newsham salvaged Boston United a 2-2 draw at Vauxhall Motors in Skrill North.
The Pilgrims trailed 2-0 after just 13 minutes at Rivacre Park following a brace from Chris Noone.
The visitors pulled a goal back just before half-time when Spencer Weir-Daley tapped home from close range following a dangerous cross from Netan Sansara.
But the Pilgrims still looked like going home empty-handed until Newsham completed the comeback late on.
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United's star striker is better known for his poacher's goals from close range, but his fourth of the season - and 90th for the club - was a stunning effort from the edge of the box following a bout of Boston pressure.
Manager Dennis Greene said it was no more than his side deserved.
"We certainly got what we deserved today. If we'd come away from this match without anything, it would have been a real injustice," he said.
"We had a bad five-minute spell early in the game when we let them in twice. Other than that, they've not had an attempt at our goal.
"I'm just surprised we had to wait until the 89th minute because we were that much in control and Timmsy (keeper Ashley Timms) has not had a save to make.
"We've come away from home, after a long journey, and come away with a deserved draw."
Pilgrims (4-3-3): Timms; Bore, Garner, Piergianni, Sansara (Galinski 83); Ross, Marshall, Milnes; Weir-Daley (Fairclough 64), Newsham, Miller. Subs (not used): Dongo, Reed, Vince (gk).