Injury-time goals in successive games capped off a good week for Barnet as they moved seven points clear of third-placed Bromley in the National League.

The Bees found themselves 2-1 down to Maidenhead on Saturday before Callum Stead and Dale Gorman sealed the points for Dean Brennan’s side in a ferocious clash.

And there was more drama at The Hive on Tuesday as former Premier League striker Gary Hooper rescued a 1-1 draw against Solihull Moors with a 96th-minute effort to extend Barnet’s unbeaten run to 10 matches in all competitions.

Head coach Brennan praised his players’ ability to keep plugging away despite coming close to losing their unbeaten home record this season.

“I thought we dominated the game from start to finish, but I can’t lie I’m frustrated,” he told the club’s website.

“The goal we gave up was so cheap. It was their only chance really and they’ve scored and we’ve dominated, and dominated.

“We showed good character at the end going down the other end and getting an equaliser, but it shouldn’t be like that and I’m very frustrated.”

Despite feeling relatively upbeat about the result given the circumstances, the Bees boss made it cleart he wasn’t overly impressed by his side’s lack of cutting edge in the final third.

“Our end product wasn’t good enough," added Brennan.

"Nicke [Kabamba] had a glorious chance on half-time and we had some really good chances, but we’ve just got to keep our discipline and switch on better.

“I’m so frustrated with the goal we conceded – it’s criminal and naïve of us.

"We kept going and we never gave in. That’s a big thing and we scored late – that’s a good sign, but you can’t keep doing that.

"The sooner we get key players back the better and that’ll be a good thing for everybody.”

Top scorer Nicke Kabamba was replaced at half-time due to injury and Brennan was asked if his departure affected the team’s mentality.

“Not really – he’s got a groin injury, so he has to come off," said Brennan.

“The volume of games has been huge for us. The goal we conceded away to nine men in the FA Cup [Aveley] has murdered us, and now we’ve just got loads of muscle injuries.

“I’ve got to be honest, I’m just really frustrated with everything at the minute. I thought we played some brilliant football tonight, on the front foot, and there’s no way we should be drawing the game but we did.”

The Bees now face two consecutive fixtures away from home, starting with a trip to National League strugglers Oxford City on Saturday, before facing Curzon Ashton in the first round proper of the FA Cup a week later.