HARRY Crawford came to Barnet's rescue for the second time this season as he scored a dramatic equaliser to steal a point at Aldershot Town.
Crawford was the hero against Hyde earlier this season and he grabbed the headlines again here as his last-gasp strike saw the Bees come back from 3-1 down to hold Andy Scott's men.
Barnet made one change to the side that drew with Lincoln City on Saturday as Ahmed Abdulla took the place of the injured Jake Hyde.
Aldershot came flying out of the blocks at the Recreation Ground and were ahead as early as the first minute when Brett Williams crept into the six-yard box and tapped home the opener.
A torrential downpour in Hampshire made getting a passing game going difficult but it was the hosts who adapted to the conditions better with some battling performances in midfield.
Edgar Davids' side were struggling to create any clear-cut chances, with poor deliveries from the flanks not helping, one of which from Elliot Johnson almost caught Glen Morris off-guard.
Barnet's first real sight of goal came moments before the break as the Shots failed to clear their lines from Mark Byrne's free-kick and Curtis Weston's deflected shot was easily collected by Morris.
Davids had barely re-taken his seat for the second-half when Barnet had the ball in the net, only for the linesman's flag to deny Byrne the equaliser after Keanu Marsh-Brown's shot was spilled.
It was a re-energised Bees that emerged from the tunnel and they grabbed a deserved equaliser as the clock ticked towards the hour-mark.
And it was the in-form Weston who latched onto a loose ball on the edge of the area, beating the onrushing Mooris to the ball, before delicately chipping the ball into the empty net.
But some shambolic Bees defending allowed Aldershot to retake the lead.
A mix-up between David Stephens and Anthony Acheampong saw the ball only cleared as far as the 18-yard box where it was sent wide to Manny Oyeleke and he found the bottom corner superbly.
Four minutes later and the points seemed to have been sealed as Town extended their lead.
Bees keeper Graham Stack, usually so dependable between the sticks, saw his poor attempted pass intercepted by Williams and the Shots number nine stuck it away for his second of then night.
A wonderful counter-attack, led by the excellent Weston, saw Crawford released down the right and his pinpoint low cross was tapped home by substitute Marciano Mengerink.
And there was late drama as Crawford bundled home the equaliser two minutes from time to send Davids and the Bees bench into wild celebrations on the touchline.
BEES: Stack, Yiadom, Johnson, Weston, Acheampong (Villa, 72), Marsh-Brown, Byrne, Crawford, Gambin (Saville, 82), Abdulla (Mengerink, 72), Stepehens.
Subs (not used): Jupp, Casabella.
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