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Woking 2 Accrington Stanley 2

IT was a case of deja vue for Accrington manager John Coleman as his side once more conceded a late goal which cost them three points.

IT was a case of deja vue for Accrington manager John Coleman as his side once more conceded a late goal which cost them three points.

Last week, they lost to Dagenham after the Daggers scored in the 90th and 93rd minute and this time Woking striker Raphael Nade struck home in injury-time again to deny Stanley a crucial three points.

"It is the lowest I have felt," said Coleman. "It feels like a defeat. I can't believe we have done it again. We went to sleep at the end and conceded two sloppy goals."

Stanley did charge into a 2-0 lead. Lutel James opened the scoring on 13 minutes when he latched onto a Rory Prendergast cross.

The visitors missed a number of chances in between with Prendergast firing wide in a one-on-one with the keeper and James looping the ball onto the bar and over from six yards out.

Andy Gouck had a fierce effort saved by keeper Ashley Bayes' feet before a Darran Kempson header was saved by Bayes but Paul Mullin pounced to fire home his 18th Conference goal of the season on 57 minutes.

But, by 68 minutes, Woking were back in it when Karl Murray hit the crossbar with a 20-yard shot and Amos Foyewa followed up to make it 2-1.

It was backs-to-the-walls for Stanley but they look to have weathered it until the referee gave an unbelievable five minutes of injury time.

And, after a quickly taken free kick, French striker Nade was there to tap home the equaliser.