Gerard Kinsella's stoppage-time equaliser earned AFC Telford a dramatic draw with Hereford at Edgar Street.
The hosts were ahead after just two minutes when Marley Watkins converted Stefan Stam's cross from 12 yards.
The Bucks had Ryan Young to thank after he twice denied Ryan Bowman in the first half, before stopping James Musa and Chris Sharp after the break.
And the visitors capitalised on Young's form to earn a draw as Kinsella headed in Steven Leslie's cross late on.
Telford's second successive away point eased the pressure on boss Andy Sinton, whose side have not won in the league since 6 October.
Martin Foyle's Hereford who remain 11th, eight points adrift of the Blue Square Bet Premier play-off zone, are now unbeaten in three league games since the turn of the year.
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Telford boss Andy Sinton told BBC Radio Shropshire:
"I don't duck my responsibilities and I never will. It's been a tough few days but I'm a fighter and I come out fighting. And I would sooner any frustrations are vented at Andy Sinton and not at any of my players.
"I'm convinced we will still be playing Conference football next season and I urge people to stick together.
"People inside the game know wheat you're working with and against. If I can get a few fresh faces in, a bit of pace and energy, and I'm allowed to implement my battle plan, we'll be ok."