Falkirk 2 ICT 2: Moments that mattered

Falkirk came back from behind twice to take a point against the Highlanders from Inverness.

By The Newsroom
Wednesday, 30th January 2019, 6:00 am
Zak Rudden. Picture Michael Gillen.

Here’s chief phorographer Michael Gillen’s moments that mattered from Saturday’s draw.

After a fairly even start Falkirk fell behind to a clever free-kick routine.
Zak Rudden hit ANOTHER goal for the Bairns, tapping in the equaliser from Mark Waddington's pass.

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Aaron Doran's stunner knocked the stuffing out the Bairns just before half-time.
The first half wasn't to smile about but Paul Paton winning the half-time crossbar challenge pleased the Bairns support.
Ian McShane's corner swept into the net after 55 minutes.
It levelled the scores again at 2-2
Mark Waddington clashed with Carl Tremarco over this challenge.
Paul Paton's precise effort was too tame to test the Inverness resolve late on.
Ciaran McKenna was fortunate to avoid conceding a penalty in blocking Darren McCauley's shot with an arm.
Zak Rudden couldn't believe he scooped a 90th minute effort narrowly over the bar.
George Oakley clashed with Ciaran McKenna at full-time.
Ray McKinnon and John Robertson were complimentary after the game.