All looked lost for Rangers as skipper Lee Bevan stepped up to take a penalty with just ten minutes to go with his side already leading 1-0 but the ball rebounded off the underside of the bar and Rangers were thrown a lifeline which they took full advantage of with Joe Chamberlain sqeezing his corner in at the near post with only a few minutes left on the clock to give us a well earned equaliser.
The game started badly for Rangers when we gifted the home side a simple goal as James Ansell lost his footing on the edge of the box giving Curtis Damerell the simplest of chances to put the home side ahead. James quickly put this slip behind him and went on to put in a “Man of the Match” performance at the heart of the Rangers defence as they restricted the “The Point” to a few long range efforts.
With the wind at their back in the second half Rangers took the game to the opposition and were in charge for most of the time although Seedhouse in goal was forced to bring off a fine save from a Lewis Young effort before the drama unfolded with just minutes remaining.
Liam was pleased with the point especially after we lost Connor Bryant and Dan Cullen in the second half with injuries. “I thought we edged the game although we failed to create many clear cut chances. The attitude of the lads was spot on and they just refused to lie down and fullydeserved to take something from the game. You have to go back to 15th October to see when we last lost in the League at Crediton and they are next up for us.”