Non-League Salford City Produce Incredible Comeback From 4-0 Down
With the international break taking place, there was only lower league football on the agenda in England today but one game in the lower echelons of the football pyramid served up some incredible drama.
Salford City, the club owned by the Class of 92, are eyeing promotion from the National League North but looked to be heading towards a humiliating defeat to Kidderminster Harriers away from home today.
The Ammies found themselves 4-0 down by the time the 56th minute rolled around after a dismal performance. They looked as good as defeated but then a crazy, crazy comeback ensued.
Four goals in the last ten minutes from three of the substitutes: Josh Askew, Nick Haughton and Mani Dieseruvwe, as well a last-gasp goal from striker Tom Walker in the 96th minute saw the Salford fight back to claim the most unlikely point in stunning style.
We can't wait to see the drama captured in the documentary! Football, bloody hell.