Falkirk 1 Dundee Utd 1: Moments that mattered

Chief photographer Michael Gillen was on the touchline to bring you the best of the action at The Falkirk Stadium.

23-02-2019. Picture Michael Gillen. FALKIRK. Falkirk Stadium. Falkirk FC v Dundee United FC. SPFL Ladbrokes Championship. Pavol Safranko 14 and Paul Dixon 23.
23-02-2019. Picture Michael Gillen. FALKIRK. Falkirk Stadium. Falkirk FC v Dundee United FC. SPFL Ladbrokes Championship. Pavol Safranko 14 and Paul Dixon 23.

United had two players stretchered off, while Cammy Smith’s opener was cancelled out by Ciaran McKenna’s late header.

Jordan McGhee headed against his own bar in the early stages.
United fans dodged health and safety to scale the siding of the north stand to hang this banner.
Frederic Frans went off injured after challenge with Davis Keillor Dunn.
He was the first of two United players to be stretchered off.
Ian McShane took the free kick after David Keillor-Dunnwas toppled.
It tested Benjamin Siegrist who tipped it over for a corner.
It was the closest the Bairns went in the first half.
Mark Waddington and McGhee both met the midfielder's corner but sent it wide.
After the break United attacked and took the lead through Cammy Smith's tap in.
Rachid Bouhenna was injured in this challenge with Ciaran McKenna.
While he was treated Ray McKinnon gave an impromptu team-talk to his side.
Bouhenna, who had replaced the stretchered Frans, was then stretchered off himself.
Ciaran mcKenna met Ian McShane's free-kick after Paul Paton was fouled.
It was the Duke University alumni's first senior goal.
Falkirk pressed forward ina frantic final few minutes but couldn't find the winner.
In the end both sides were satisfied with a point.