Hollywood star Ryan Reynolds watched on in anguish as his Wrexham aspect conceded deep into stoppage time to attract 3-3 in opposition to Championship promotion hopefuls Sheffield United within the FA Cup fourth spherical on Sunday.
Reynolds and fellow actor Rob McElhenney took over the Nationwide League aspect in 2020.
The American celebrated the Welsh membership’s three objectives wildly within the stands, however they might want to win a replay to achieve the final 16 of the FA Cup for the primary time since 1997.
Wrexham couldn’t have gotten off to a worse begin as Oli McBurnie headed the Blades in entrance after 61 seconds.
Sheffield United look set for a return to the Premier League subsequent season however they have been rocked by a pulsating ambiance contained in the Racecourse Floor.
The house aspect struck twice in 11 minutes early within the second half to show the tie round as James Jones and Thomas O’Connor scored from set-pieces.
Oli Norwood seemed to have ended the Wrexham dream with a composed end to equalise.
However a pink card for Daniel Jebbison for an off-the-ball incident handed the hosts 20 minutes with an additional man to search out the winner.
They appeared set for a Hollywood ending when high scorer Paul Mullin steered dwelling within the 86th minute.
Nonetheless, there was a last late twist within the plot as John Egan pressured dwelling a nook within the ninety fifth minute to drive a replay.
Mullin mentioned he was “very disillusioned” to concede so close to the top of the match.
“If we simply maintain on in opposition to 10 males then we’re via,” he informed the BBC.
“I believed we have been the higher crew all through the sport, creating probabilities and looking out harmful on the break. We restricted them to not many probabilities in open play.
“I am so pleased with everybody. We have labored so laborious to get right here. We got here into the sport pondering we may win and we had a sport plan. Sadly it hasn’t fairly paid off however I feel when the mud settles tomorrow we’ll be pleased with it.”