Accra Hearts of Oak U20 side Auroras Football Club produced one of their best second half performances to claw away a three goal deficit and draw 3-3 with Global Eyes FC last Sunday.

The young Phobians were blown away by their hosts, who took a two-goal lead at the break, and they compounded Auroras’ misery by adding insult to injury by scoring the third goal just after the break.

Captain Edmund Mensah handed Auroras a lifeline, scoring from the spot to reduce the deficit.

Super Substitute Mahama Rafao netted a few minutes after his introduction to make it 3-2.

Magnificent Manaf Gumah Jr. scored on the stroke of full-time to hand Auroras a point.

In fact, the young Phobians could have even left with a win but Mahama missed the chance to grab a brace at the death.

The young Phobians were outclassed for the better part of the first half and early minutes of the second but they were not to be outdone by the joint-leaders.

Auroras took off the mantra from the club’s motto and showed great character, resolve, and determination to dig themselves out of the massive three-goal deficit hole.

Captain Eddinho Eddy led the comeback with Mahama and Manaf supporting to exhibit the “Never say die spirit at the Africa Union La Trade Fair Park.

The point earned puts Auroras joint second on the log with 12 points.