Solihull Moors faced King's Lynn Town who lie deep in trouble in the National League at home. Solihull have been on excellent form and look liken big play-off contenders this season. They need to pick up as many points as possible. King's Lynn are currently 22nd on 16 points and look destined for the drop.
King's Lynn started the better of the two sides. Malachi Linton opened the scoring for the away side. A neat finish slotting past the goalkeeper to give King's Lynn a massive advantage. The away side went in at half time 0-1 up and looked fired up and ready to go for three points. The came out roaring again and it wasn't long until they had a second. Luis Fernandez scored the goal tapping home from close range doubling the Linnets advantage with a huge goal for their bid for survival. It wasn't long until Solihull pulled one back. Alex Gudger smashed home with 30 minutes to go from close range following a great corner. They kept pushing but King's Lynn resisted and looked like they would be able to hold out three points. To the despair of King's Lynn hearts Solihull snatched an equaliser in the 88th minute. Callum Howe's header fired in to steal a valuable point for Solihull Moors sending the home fans wild. The game resulted in a 2-2 draw,
This put Solihull Moors in 6th place on 54 points. Another solid point to keep their unbeaten streak alive. They are 2 points inside the play-offs. Kings's Lynn are remain 22nd looking doomed and are 14 points off of safety. Three points would have been huge for the away side.
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