A 90th-minute penalty from top scorer Niko Muir gave Hendon a dramatic 2-1 win over Tonbridge Angels on Saturday, to keep the Greens third in the Bostik Premier League.

Josh Walker was the only change to Gary McCann's side from their narrow loss at Billericay last weekend, with Zak Joseph dropping to the bench in his place.

Keagan Cole and Nathan Elder exchanged efforts at either end, with both off-target, before Hendon fashioned a glorious chance to take a half-time lead.

Ashley Nathaniel-George was felled in the area and got up to take the resulting penalty, only to allow the visiting goalkeeper to save his weak effort.

That miss would seem even more costly seven minutes after the break when Chris Kinnear struck a fierce shot from a loose ball when Hendon had cleared a cross.

Amazingly, it was the first goal Hendon had conceded at Silver Jubilee Park in the league all season, and they responded in the best possible way to it.

Michael Corcoran soon levelled with a thumping header from Sam Murphy's cross, before Muir had an effort blocked after a good run.

And in the final minute of added time, Hendon completed an impressive turnaround when Daniel Uchechi was scythed down, allowing Muir to make amends for Nathaniel-George's miss, and become the first Hendon player to score from the spot this season - at the fifth time of asking.