Louis Ramsay helped National League side Woking force an FA Cup second round replay against Peterborough United after the sides drew 1-1 on Saturday.
Ramsay played the first hour for Woking as he continues his comeback from a two-month injury lay-off.
The Cards trailed after Ryan Tafazolli’s first half opener but they got their equaliser with just over five minutes to play through Joe Ward.
The result means Woking will be in the hat for the third round draw which takes place at 7pm on Monday night.
Elsewhere in the FA Cup, Shrewsbury Town eased into the third round with a routine 2-0 victory over Morecambe on Saturday.
First half goals from Alex Rodman and Shaun Whalley put Salop in cruise control and they comfortably saw out the second half to book their place in the next stage of the competition.
Ben Godfrey started for Paul Hurst's men and was substituted on 56 minutes whereas Carlton Morris came on as a late replacement for Whalley. Ebou Adams was an unused substitute.
Elsewhere in the FA Cup, Doncaster Rovers swept aside Scunthorpe United to book their place in the next round.
A brace from Tommy Rowe and a late strike from Liam Mandeville produced a healthy-looking 3-0 scoreline at the Keepmoat Stadium, with Harry Toffolo coming on as a 53rd-minute substitute.
In the National League, Michee Efete played 90 minutes and helped Torquay United to a clean sheet against high-flying Aldershot Town.
The sides drew 0-0 and the result stretches Torquay’s unbeaten run to three matches as they moved up to 21st in the league table.
And in non-league, Henry Pollock played 90 minutes as Norwich United drew 0-0 with Ware.