Two goals conceded in injury time proved devastating for ten man Welling United in their league game at Slough Town.

When the board was lifted to show five additional minutes, Welling were four-two up but they were forced to settle for a point.

Stefan Ilic put the Wings ahead in the third minute after Chiori Johnson’s cross was only half cleared and it could have been two a few minutes later when Dipo Akinyemi got clear but Jack Turner stood up tall and blocked with his legs.

Paul Hodges had two attempts for the hosts, first shooting over and then blasting wide, before the hosts levelled. Ryan Bird leapt almost unopposed to head a near post corner home.

Parity lasted for only four minutes when Anthony Cook crossed from the right. It was half blocked to Akinyemi and he fired home from close range.

Cam McGilp fired wide for Slough before Richie Danquah could not get over a Lionel Ainsworth free kick to head it on target. Reice Charles-Cook then made a good save from Warren Harris’ clever flick.

However, Akinyemi extended Welling’s lead seven minutes before half time when Ainsworth’s short corner invited Ilic to shoot and his powerful drive hit Akinyemi and flew in. Welling’s two goal man then headed over from another teasing Johnson cross.

That proved to be the last meaningful contribution by the Welling full back as three minutes after the break he pulled up holding his hamstring and he had to be replaced.

Cook put Welling four-one ahead with a curling free kick in the fiftieth minute and that looked to be sufficient for the visitors.

Bradley Quinton was forced into making a second change when Kaleem Simon limped off and Brad Ryan came on for his debut. The youngster tried his luck from a tight angle but Turner held comfortably despite it taking a deflection.

Bird hooked over for Slough before they pulled one back. Max Worsfold crossed and Matt Lench gave Charles-Cook no chance with a fine volley.

Cook was not far wide with a first time shot then Akinyemi got on the end of a long goalkeeper’s clearance and lobbed the on-rushing Turner but Sam Togwell got back to clear. Turner and Togwell again combined to thwart the Welling striker who was looking to complete his hat-trick when bursting through.

A Bird header flew over before Daniel Boateng was shown his second avoidable yellow card and was dismissed.

Togwell headed over a near post corner and Welling looked to have weathered the storm but one minute into additional time Harris swept home. Slough rescued a point when Worsfold finished from close range with seconds left on the clock.

Welling United: Charles-Cook, Johnson (McLean 48), Green, Reuben, Danquah, Boateng, Cook, Ilic, Simons (Ryan 54), Akinyemi, Ainsworth (Barrington 63). Subs not used: Liburd, Isiaka.