There was injury-time misery twice over for Bedfont Green on Saturday, as they conceded in time added on at the end of both halves against Guildford City.
First-half strikes from Russell Miner and Chris Henry had put Green two goals to the good, but City controversially pulled one back four minutes into stoppage time.
They broke away after intercepting a free-kick, from which their striker seemed much less than the required 10 yards from, and won a penalty off Lee Morley, which was scored.
To rub salt into the wound, City equalised in the second-half, but Aaron Samuel looked to have won it for Green when he made it 3-2 with just one minute remaining. But there was to be a final sting in the tail, and some sloppy defending let in City for another injury-time equaliser to snatch a 3-3 draw.
Green, who host Sandhurst Town on Saturday and Ash Utd on Tuesday, are seventh in the Combined Counties Premier.