Hereford manager Russell Slade praised the attitude and belief of his side as they came from a goal down to beat Gateshead 2-1.
The Bulls found themselves behind on the 62nd minute when Josh Kayode cut inside before driving his shot against the post before deflecting in off Brandon Hall.
However, Jordan Nicholson was on hand to meet a loose cross to put his side level four minutes later.
Finally in the 96th minute Nicholson gambled on a loose ball before pulling it back for Tommy O’Sullivan to net a late winner.
“I was very pleased and proud of them because, we were playing against a team which is full-time so in terms of fitness levels that’s always a corner and we used our three substitutions as well,” said Slade.
“To be 1-0 down and to come back and win 2-1 was really pleasing for everybody. I’m pleased for the lads because they have put in a real shift.”