Dagenham boss Wayne Burnett was delighted with his team's response in their 3-3 draw with Scunthorpe.
The League Two leaders looked home and hosed after goals from Sam Winnall, Deon Burton and substitute Paul Hayes gave them a three-goal cushion.
But Abu Ogogo's strike gave the Daggers hope before Chris Dickson and Luke Norris both climbed off the bench and got on the scoresheet to rescue an unlikely point in a 3-3 draw.
Burnett said: "What an incredible end to the game.
"Overall we probably deserved a point but credit to both sets of players, those were horrendous conditions out there.
"We've not been beaten, by a really good side, and before the game we knew full well that a difficult afternoon was in prospect.
"We prepared well for this one and to be honest I quite fancied us in the run-up to the game.
"We have shown on numerous occasions lately that we're capable of putting some pressure on opposing teams.
"We just have to go away and work even harder now."