Cavanagh Miley produced a superb late strike to earn Eastleigh a point against unbeaten Bromley.

The Spitfires fought hard at the Silverlake Stadium against Bromley, who remain the only National League team to have avoided defeat this season.

It looked as if Bromley were heading towards the three points when former Eastleigh man Luke Coulson struck midway through the second half just minutes after Danny Hollands had hit the crossbar.

But Eastleigh secured a draw when second half sub Miley hit a fierce drive from inside the area that beat the keeper with five minutes left.

Eastleigh boss Ben Stevens said: “When you are losing 1-0 with five or six minutes to go you will happily take a point.

“I was more frustrated with the goal we gave away to go behind.

“They are a decent side – you don’t go ten games unbeaten at the start of the season without being a good side – but there wasn’t a great deal between the teams.

“First half I was a little bit disappointed with them getting down the side and Max come out and had to make the save and that was why I was disappointed with the goal. A few of them claimed it was offside but whether it is or isn’t we should have defended better.

“We will watch it back and make sure we don’t make those mistakes again because to come back and get a point out of it was pleasing but I said to them I want to be trying to win a game rather than trying to get back into it.”