OXFORD City let slip a two-goal lead to draw at home to bottom side Kidderminster Harriers.

Andre Burley and Olly Sanderson gave the Hoops a two-goal cushion with 37 minutes on the clock, however an Ashley Hemmings penalty made it just one goal three minutes before the break.

Amari Morgan-Smith then equalised for the Harriers eight minutes into the restart.

Burley grabbed his first ever Hoops goal when he burst into the box and exchanged the ball with Josh Parker, before blocking an attempted clearance.

The ball then rebounded past Christian Dibble and into the bottom corner.

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The visitors created a couple of half-chances, however a Hoops counter-attack saw Ross Jenkins’ side double their advantage.

Canice Carroll played a ball over the top for Fulham loanee Sanderson, who took it down with his first touch and used his second to guide the ball into the far corner.

However, the Harriers won a penalty following a handball in the area, with Hemmings rolling the ball into the bottom right corner.

The away side got themselves level following some neat link-up play between Jack Lambert and Morgan-Smith, which resulted in the latter smashing the ball past Jack Bycroft.

The result leaves the Hoops third from bottom in the Vanarama National League, a point inside the relegation zone.