A dance into the box by Louis Dennis ended with Scott Davies pushing the Bromley striker's shot wide for a corner after the break, as the hosts looked to make an impact in the contest.
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A THRILLING strike from James Norwood, deep into added time, gave Tranmere a vital away win at Bromley, helping relieve the pressure on Micky Mellon.
Without a goal in three matches, Rovers looked to be heading for a stalemate in a robust but uninspiring performance at Hayes Lane, but deep into injury time Norwood delivered and could finally ignite what has been an underwhelming start to the season.
Tranmere were finding opportunities on the break but their continued lack of width and pace in the side was limiting their effectiveness.
With Mellon resisting the temptation to bring on either Mangan or fellow striker George Waring, it appeared that the Rover’s manager had settled for a draw.