SALISBURY FC came from behind twice to grab a valuable point away at Met Police on Saturday.

Another action-packed Whites fixture this time featured a superb opener, a penalty and a last minute equaliser for the visiting side, finishing 2-2.

It was a cagey start to the match, with few chances worthy of a mention.

The home side were playing a high defensive line, which was working well; Salisbury were caught offside four times in the opening 10 minutes.

The first chance of any real significance came after 13 minutes; a free kick routine giving Benson space outside the box, but the Salisbury man fired wide.

The Blues began to up the pressure on Salisbury, and good chances came and went for Robertson and Blackmore.

Salisbury struggled in the first half, especially going forward, and were making too many mistakes.

The Blues’s right full-back was also often afforded far too much space and was able to frequently send it dangerous deliveries.

The deadlock was broken after 40 minutes with a goal worthy of winning any game.

Webb, the full-back, again given too much time and space, sent in a cross for Mazzone, the home side’s top scorer so far this season.

Mazzone sent a superb, acrobatic volley flying past Driscoll.

1-0 Met Police going into half time.

After the restart, Salisbury looked much better, especially going forward, and it took only four minutes for the visitors to equalise.

The goal was scored by Jack Sparkes, collecting a Benson corner at the back post to send a low shot through everyone and into the net.

Both teams had several decent chances throughout the second half.

Salisbury had a penalty appeal waved away, Wheeler cleared a header of the line to keep things even.

On 66 minutes, Met Police were awarded a penalty.

Dawson gave the ball away in his own half to Mazzone, and trying to retrieve the ball, brought the man down inside the area, and was booked for his troubles.

The prolific number nine had no trouble in dispatching the spot kick for his second of the game, and it looked like Met Police collect all three points.

Salisbury, though, had the last laugh, and rescued a vital point in their promotion push with a late, late equaliser through Aaron Dawson, volleying home a Sparkes corner.