Worcester City boss Chris Cornes said "karma" was at play on Saturday following his side's dramatic stoppage-time win over Longlevens in front of almost 1000 supporters at Sixways Stadium.

10 minutes of added time became 12 at the end of the 90 minutes following a series of delays from the visitors, who almost claimed a hugely unlikely point, only for Jordan Lymn to strike in the 102nd minute.

"For me, that's the sign of a good side," said Cornes."When you're not playing well or things are going against you, you keep going and the karma is there today.

"They (Longlevens) have tried to waste time all game. The referee has added ten minutes on at the end of the game and then had to add another two because their player went down and we scored in that extra two minutes.

"That's a testament to my boys. I am really proud. The highs and lows of football!

"If you told me we would win a game of football then that's the way I would win it, nothing quite beats a last-minute winner!"

The visitors had taken a surprise lead in the 10th minute but Liam Lockett's stunning free-kick pulled them level mid-way through the first-half.

It was scrappy and it all got very heated in the closing stages, resulting in both City's Kirk Layton and Longlevens' Luke Hitchman being sent off following a scuffle off the ball.

The away side battened down the hatches and did what they could to secure a point, but they came unstuck deep, deep into injury time when Lymn fired home from the edge of the box.

"It's one of the best goals I have scored," said match-winner Lymn. "Not in terms of quality but in terms of the importance of it.

"We came in at the end of the game and agreed that those are the games you look back at in a couple of months and realise how important that win is.

"It's always nice to put some goals away in the last couple of games but those games where you have to really grind out a result, they mean more to us than the six-nils.

"It was a great feeling to score and finally get off the mark so I can rest easy now and get Macey (captain Adam Mace) of my back!"