A SENSATIONAL second-half comeback earned Wig Army a crucial 3-3 draw with FC Porto of London in Sunday's Senior Amateur Reserve Division of the Sportsman's League.
Wimbledon-based Wig found themselves 3-0 down at the break - Porto goals coming from Avai Silva, Sergio Marques and Genielson Pugas.
But two second-half strikes from the home side, and then a dramatic 87th-minute near-post finish from Jonathon Taylor rescued Army.
The comeback started in the 50th minute - Phil McHugh being presented with an open goal after the goalkeeper was drawn off his line to halt an attack.
Army's Roy Cummings then headed home in the 75th minute, direct from a long throw from Oliver Right. Porto then had an effort ruled out for offside, allowing Wig to complete their fightback.
In the same division, Clapham Rovers came from behind to down Dansu Allstars 2-1.
Liam Clements gave the Allstars an early advantage on 15 minutes, but Jimmy Joyce scored with a free kick and Ben Biggar won it with 10 minutes to go, when his low 20-yard strike slipped through the legs of the Clapham keeper.
Patrick Tshikaya netted twice in Devas OB's 3-1 away win against South West Alliance - the first a 25-yard scorcher - and it was 1-1 at the Civil Service Ground between Cool Oak Rangers and West London Select.
Akeem Jackson's goal for Select was cancelled out by Cool Oak's Shane Miller.
HASSAN SERGHINI netted an 85th-minute winner for London Eagles as they beat Kensington Athletic 3-2 at Hurlingham Park in Division One.
Rashid El-Ghaoubar set the game alight for the Eagles with a fizzing first-half free kick from the halfway line.
But Kensington clawed their way back into the game with a spot-kick before the break and El-Ghaoubar then trickled the ball into his own net to put Ken 2-1 up.
The Eagles were denied a penalty when the ref had a change of heart after initially pointing to the spot, but all was well in the end for the Eagles, who soon equalised to set up a grandstand finish.
Marvin West's strike 10 minutes from time earned Shoots & Leaves a 1-1 draw with Eagles, while Ridi Curri and Genti Gjini grabbed the goals that took Albo Fantasy to a 2-1 win over Bec United - and a place above their opponents in the table. And London XI - named after the Inter-Cities Fairs Cup side of 1958 that featured past greats Jimmy Greaves and Johnny Haynes - cruised to a 5-2 win over Southwood.
Luke Bellord fired in two goals while Peter Walsh, Mark Thomas and Peter Watson also got on the scoresheet.
Finally, in Division Three, there were 2-0 wins for both Dynamo Clapham - away to a London Rangers side still pointless after five matches - and Pimlico Rangers, who triumphed at home to FC Lonsdale.
Left-winger Ben Holdsworth fizzed in a cross from fellow wide man Pat O'Sullivan.
Ed Debenham then blasted in a 30-yarder to keep Rangers in the title race with 15 points.