BROMSGROVE Sporting moved to within two points of Peterborough Sports at the head of the league, courtesy of an incredible 4-3 win at the Victoria Ground, writes Max Banner.

The home side went into the break 3-2 up, in what was a breathtaking half of football.

Firstly, after three minutes, Jason Cowley crossed the ball into Charlie Dowd, who scored a spectacular volley from the edge of the area, with keeper Lewis Moat getting fingertips to it as it went in.

The visitors drew level as persistence from Dion Sembie-Ferris set up Lewis Hilliard, who sidefooted smartly home.

Peterborough then took the lead on the 25th minute, as an Aaron Roberts backpass header failed to find keeper Dan Crane, with Sembie-Ferris gleefully capitalising, his shot from an acute angle deemed to have crossed the line, despite Danny Morris' best efforts to clear.

Five minutes later, Sporting drew level, as Cowley charged down an attempted clearance before chipping nicely over Moat.

And the phenomenal half came to a close with Will Shorrock being fouled inside the area; Rich Gregory dispatching the subsequent penalty with the the last kick of the forty-five.

Peterborough equalised on the 65th minute, as substitute Abduramane Sano-Saili shot through a wall of bodies in the area and into the net and should have taken the lead soon after, with the same player hitting the crossbar with a 10 yards shot at an open goal.

The pressure mounted on the home side in the final moments but it was to be Bromsgrove who clinched the winner deep into injury time, as Shorrock cut inside his defender and curled home neatly from just inside the box, sending the Sporting fans into sheer pandemonium, in what was a spectacular game of football.