DEFENDER Luke English struck twice in added time to salvage a 2-2 draw for Worcester City in a sensational finale against Quorn.

Steven Hart broke the deadlock 21 minutes from time with Darious Darkin seemingly sealing the points late in the day at the Victoria Ground.

But English had the last laugh, crashing in a pair of headers from last-ditch corners to complete the turnaround.

Quorn edged a tight first half in which City youngster Wes Lewis had a shot turned behind by keeper Haydn Whitcombe.

Ex-Worcester talisman Sean Geddes showed a glimpse of his magic with a 20-yard free-kick that whacked the post for the visitors 11 minutes before half-time.

City came out with renewed impetus after the break, though, with English and James Baldwin linking well to find Kyonn Evans who cleared the crossbar when he should have netted.

Tyler Weir was thwarted by Whitcombe but Quorn got the all-important opener when Hart powered home a header.

The Fox Hunters seemed content to sit on their lead and then doubled their advantage when Darkin powered home from 12 yards out despite keeper Dan Jezeph getting a hand to the shot.

But City refused to lie down and English thumped in his first goal in blue and white to set up a frantic finish.

And with nothing to lose, English was able to steal a march on his marker and the limelight in a flooded box.

City: Jezeph, Weir, Osbourne, English, Stoddart, Lewis (Yeomans, 61), Evans, Forsyth, Harrison, Baldwin (Bates, 64), Lockett (Owusu, 78). Unused subs: Moran, Gilder (g/k).

Attendance: 272.