You state that the referee declared this match a draw, but this is not possible. Matches only proceed to extra time and kicks from the penalty mark if a draw is not an available outcome.
Law 10 - Determining the Outcome of a Match, Section 2 - Winning Team:
The team scoring the greater number of goals is the winner. If both teams score no goals or an equal number of goals the match is drawn.
When competition rules require a winning team after a drawn match or home-and-away tie, the only permitted procedures to determine the winning team are:
- away goals rule
- two equal periods of extra time not exceeding 15 minutes each
- kicks from the penalty mark
So if the match wasn't drawn after 90 minutes, a draw is not a possible outcome here, and it appears that the referee has failed to apply the competition rules correctly. The competition administrator is likely to step in and declare the match abandoned instead.
Law 7 - The Duration of the Match, Section 5 - Abandoned Match states:
An abandoned match is replayed unless the competition rules or organisers determine otherwise.
Depending upon the competition rules, there are many possible outcomes. Some of the common possibilities in competition rules that I've seen are:
- If a result cannot be found on the day of the match, the title being played for is shared by the teams.
- Lots are drawn / a coin is tossed to determine the winner.
- Kicks from the penalty mark are resumed from where the match was abandoned on another day.
- If there is no specific competition rule, there may be a general rule empowering the competition administrator to make any judgement about the result of a match in extraordinary circumstances such as this one.
- Short of any competition rule, the match is replayed in full.