Tuesday's Manchester FA Premier Cup game at Hyde United came to a halt after 63 minutes and was later abandoned after a serious leg injury incurred by Mossley midfielder Callum Warburton in a 50-50 challenge.
Mossley took the lead in the 4th minute when Kyle Harrison fed Dave Short down the right channel and the Mossley striker scored a with a superb 'Van Basten' style effort.
Mossley dominated and Short, Tom Pratt and Damase Kiwanda all came close to adding to the lead before Hyde equalised on the half hour mark. Phil Dean wriggled into the Mossley box and was brought down by keeper Liam Flynn. Joe Pugh scored from the spot.
Mossley retook the lead five minutes before the break when Callum Warburton met the ball some thirty five yards out and rifled an unstoppable shot into the roof the Hyde net.
Hyde then had keeper Dylan Forth sent off after he foolishly kicked out at Tom Pratt after being awarded a foul at a set piece.
Ten man Hyde equalised ten minutes into the second period. A free kick on the edge of the Mossley box by Phil Dean hit the post and ricocheted back onto Flynn and into the net for an unfortunate own goal.
However, play came to a halt a few miunutes later following Callum Warburton's terrible looking injury.
Everyone at Mossley FC wishes Callum all the very best for a speedy recovery.
The game will be replayed at a later date to be announced.