Boreham Wood broke a run of seven straight draws in the National League with a 3-1 win over Wealdstone at the weekend.

The game looked like it could be heading for a 0-0 draw after 71 minutes but the game sprung to life in the late stages, with Kabongo Tshimanga scoring twice in the last 10 minutes to win it as Craig Fasanmade was dismissed for the visitors.

Jamal Fyfield headed home from a free-kick in the 72nd minute to give Boreham Wood the lead but Wealdstone were level 10 minutes later as Dennon Lewis teed up Jacob Mendy on the edge of the box.

Parity lasted just two minutes as Tshimanga fired into the roof of the net and Wealdstone were in more trouble in the 90th minute as Fasanmade was sent off after an altercation with Tom Champion.

Tshimanga then rounded the goalkeeper to score after Kieran Murtagh’s chipped pass in stoppage-time.

Stones manager Stuart Maynard said he was disappointed for his side to have conceded twice late on after levelling the tie.

He told the club website his side were simply worn out by the end of the match.

“We rolled with the punches, were 1-0 down and responded really well, got picked back later on and it’s gutting,” said Maynard.

“Considering we scored probably in the 82nd Minute, it’s disappointing. Scoring in the 82nd minute and then to end up losing 3-1, but you’ve gotta give them credit. They’re a good team. They’ve got lots of pace all over the pitch and lots of quality, but it is frustrating to get that equaliser that late on in the game.

“We were tired, had tired legs and they moved us about the pitch to be fair to them.

“We take the positives from the performance. I thought Craig Fasanmade come on and was excellent and was a real threat.”