A late Kido Taylor-Hart strike meant the Ravens came away with a point as they played host to Woking on Monday, drawing 1-1.

Bromley were handed the first opportunity of the game when Jude Arthurs lofted a dangerous free-kick into the box and despite latching onto the end of it, Michael Cheek couldn’t quite divert it past Will Jaaskelainen.

Just shy of the half-hour mark and the Bromley number nine was in the thick of it again, this time getting on the end of Idris Odutayo’s cross from the left. However, the ball skimmed off his shin and could only find the advertising boards to the right of the goal.

The best chance of the half fell on 33 minutes when Ashley Charles dipped a free-kick, which was positioned right on the edge of the area, onto the roof of the net.

Despite the best of the attacking play falling Bromley’s way, it would be Woking who went into the break ahead when Dan Moss whipped in a cross which beat the Ravens’ back-line and fell to Ricky Korboa who bundled home the opener.

Going behind meant a double Bromley change at the break as Taylor-Hart and Will Davies replaced Myles Weston and Olufela Olomola respectively.

It proved to be a quiet second period until the latter stages. On 82 minutes, Lewis Thomas was tested when Jayden Luker struck low, but the Bromley ‘keeper came out on top.

Thomas was called into action again moments later to deny a fantastic strike from former Raven Charley Kendall.

Up the other end and Jaaskelainen made a couple of strong saves himself. The first to deny Cheek from close range before keeping out Taylor-Hart.

Three minutes were added at the end as Bromley continued to attack and the hosts did eventually nick an equaliser when Taylor-Hart smashed home the leveller, finding the bottom corner.

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