Reeco Hackett-Fairchild’s stoppage-time strike earned unbeaten Bromley a point against Dagenham & Redbridge.
Angelo Balanta’s flicked header from James Dobson’s cross found the bottom corner to get Peter Taylor’s Dagenham side off to the perfect start after two minutes.
Hackett-Fairchild had Bromley’s best chance of the first half, hitting the outside of the near post with a fierce strike from the left of the penalty area in the 27th minute.
After the break, Daggers goalkeeper Elliot Justham did well to keep out a swirling free-kick from Frankie Raymond which had eluded everybody, while at the other end, Joan Luque should have made it 2-0 but lifted the ball over the crossbar.
Dagenham’s Mitch Brundle drove a shot inches past the upright after head tennis in the area and Justham pulled off a stunning save to tip over Hackett-Fairchild’s curling free-kick as it looked like the visitors would be denied.
But, in the fourth minute of time added on, Hackett-Fairchild turned smartly on Adam Mekki’s through-pass and drilled a shot past the unlucky Justham.
Report supplied by PA Media.