Andy Hessenthaler admits he could not fault his Dover players following Saturday’s 2-2 draw with Solihull Moors, Kent Online report.

Whites took the lead after four minutes through the in-form Alfie Pavey, before Daniel Wright equalised for the hosts late on in the half.

Scott Doe restored Dover’s advantage just before the break, only for Solihull to hit back through Tyrone Williams in second-half stoppage time.

Assessing the performance, Hessenthaler said: “Very very good, I couldn’t really have asked for any more from the lads.

“It was obviously disappointing to concede as late as we did, but that’s the only real negative.

“We could have perhaps played better football at times, but I’d have taken the point before the game, especially with the run they’ve been on.”

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