CUTTACK (Agencies) - Foreign recruit Tolgay Ozbey struck a goal in the dying minutes to help East Bengal snatch a 3-3 draw against South China in their return leg AFC Cup match at Barabati Stadium on Tuesday. Down 1-2 till 86th minute, the Hong Kong outfit scored two back to back goals in a space of five minutes to trail past East Bengal. But the home side, which are playing here because of the Assembly elections in West Bengal, scored through a dubious penalty decision to split points. East Bengal's Australian recruit Ozbey, who had given his side lead by finding the net the 20th minute, scored his all important second goal in the 93rd minute. Substitute Baljit Singh Sahni had scored in the 69th to hand them a 2-1 advantage. The visitors scored through Kin Pong Kowk (57th), substitute Michael Cheng Lai Hin (87th) and Chi Ho Lee (92nd). South China now have five points after four matches, while East Bengal remained at the bottom of their group H standings with two from five outings. East Bengal had lost 0-1 to the Hong Kong outfit in their first-leg fixture. East Bengal took the lead when Ozbey after receiving the ball from Mehtab Hossain beat the opponents' defenders before firing in from his right-footer. The red-and-gold brigade clearly was a better side in the first-half as they used the home conditions well as they kept pressure on the visitors. Orji Penn missed a sitter in the 25th minute which could have doubled the lead but they settled for their 1-0 advantage at interval. But a misunderstanding by Mehrajuddin Wadoo and their goalkeeper Sandeep Nandy proved to be costly with Kowk heading the ball in to bring in the equaliser.