Cheltenham 2-2 Luton: Boyle denies visitors with last-gasp leveller
Last Updated: 11/11/17 5:41pm
Goalkeeper Scott Flinders came forward for a corner to set up Will Boyle's stoppage-time goal as Cheltenham earned a dramatic 2-2 draw with promotion-chasing Luton.
The Hatters took the lead in the 11th minute when Alan Sheehan's corner from the right was headed in by Dan Potts, and Danny Hylton should have doubled their advantage from Luke Berry's cross.
Cheltenham levelled in the 37th minute when Daniel O'Shaughnessy's cross was flicked on by Harry Pell and Jamie Grimes forced the ball over the line from close range.
Harry Cornick raced through on goal in first-half stoppage time, but Flinders advanced from his line and blocked well.
Cheltenham's Mo Eisa sliced wide from a good position and Marek Stech saved Kyle Storer's free-kick before a dramatic end to the game.
Elliot Lee put Luton in front with four minutes left after Sheehan's free-kick hit the wall and fell to him in the box.
But Jerell Sellars' corner was then headed down by Flinders and Boyle struck from close range.