Reise Allassani came off the bench to save the game for Woking this weekend, scoring a brace in the final ten minutes.
Woking had fallen to 3-1 down away at Welling United and in the 68th minute, Reise was brought off the bench and made an immediate impact.
The winger scored his first goal in the 78th minute and then with two minutes left on the clock, Allassani scored a last gasp equaliser.
The point keeps Woking top of the National League South and on course for promotion back to the National League.
In the Scottish Premiership, Hamilton Academical continue to move away from the relegation places, after picking up a superb 1-0 win over Hearts.
Tony Andreu started the game and was brought off after 78 minutes in the game, as another vital three points stretches the gap to six points between themselves and Dundee.
Elsewhere, in the National League Stuart Beavon and Wrexham got back to winning ways following back to back defeats.
Recent form had knocked the Red Dragons off top spot in the fifth tier, but Bryan Hughes’ side picked up a 1-0 win over Maidstone United.
Beavon came off the bench in the 71st minute, with the score at 1-0 and helped his loan side see out the rest of the game and close the gap to one point.
In League Two, Macclesfield Town picked up a crucial victory in their fight to stay in the Football League this season.
The Silkmen secured a 2-0 win away from home against Yeovil Town, to close the gap to just three points, as well as having a game in hand.
Callum Maycock didn't feature in the game for Sol Campbell's side.
To Salisbury and there was some disappointing news for Bouwe Bosma as he has picked up an injury which looks set to cut his season short.
Jak Hickman completed his loan move to Hereford on Friday, but he will have to wait another week for his debut as the Bulls game was postponed.