IN PICTURES: Falkirk 2-1 Montrose moments that mattered

Our photographer Michael Gillen captures the best of the 90 minutes as Falkirk edged victory against the Gable Endies.

Ian Campbell goes close with a Montrose freekick near the end of the game.
Ian Campbell goes close with a Montrose freekick near the end of the game.

Josh Skelly put Montrose in front but a double from Conor Sammon - his second in bizarre circumstances – gave the Bairns the win to go top.

The club and fans remembering Stephanie Kerr 22 with one minute applause before the game. Stephanie died earlier in the week.
Falkirk manager Ray McKinnon with Ian Kerr, dad of Stephanie Kerr who died aged 22 earlier in the week. The club and fans will remember her with one minute applause before the game.
The club and fans remembering Stephanie Kerr 22 with one minute applause before the game.
Josh Skelly opens the scoring for Montrose after receiving a cleverly disguised pass from Lewis Milne.
Skelly celebrates with team-mates and fans in the corner after opening the scoring for the Gable Endies
Sammon equalises, sidestepping Sean Dillon in the box before producing a composed finsh to beat Fleming.
Sammon celebrates with team-mates after finding leveller
Sammon looks to turn the game on its head but his shot is blocked by Kerr Waddell just before half-time
Falkirk take the lead in bizarre fashion as goalkeeper Allan Fleming throws the ball and it cannons straight off Sammon and into the net.
Sammon gets the plaudits
Allan Fleming left in disbelief after the goal
Toshney goes close with a header on 60 minutes forcing Fleming into a decent save
Declan McManus goes close as Falkirk look for a third to kill off the game.
Paddy Cregg in close proximity as Charlie Telfer attempts to get a shot away under pressure.
Gregor Buchanan 4 takes one for the team, booked by referee Steven Reid for rugby tackle foul on Blair Lyons 20.
Buchanan booked for foul on the edge of the box as Montrose up the pressure towards the end
Sammon's double is enough for Falkirk in the end as the Bairns hold on to go top of the league