ONCE again, we were nowhere near our best against Dundee, but it was more excusable this time.
Having said that, it would have been an injustice had we not snatched that equaliser at the death.
Lawrence Shankland got his second start of the season and did okay. It’s all valuable experience for him and I’m sure it’s only a matter of time until he starts banging in the goals for the first team, especially if Goodie stops getting in the way.
Speaking of valuable experience, well done to young Frank Ross making his first, albeit brief, appearance.
We could have taken the lead in the first half but for an inspired piece of goalkeeping from Kyle Letheren to stop Cammy Smith’s header.
It was then Donervon Daniels’ reluctance to head the ball clear at the other end which cost us, allowing Tankulic in to open the scoring.
Not for the first time this season though, we grabbed a late, late equaliser against Dundee, with Adam Rooney tucking it away this time.
Scott Brown caused a bit of panic in the box when he went forward for the corner, and definitely put the defence off, allowing Rooney the space he needed to smash home from a yard or so out.
That’s 28 goals for the campaign now for Rooney, who’s just been called up to the Ireland national team. It would be brilliant to see him bag a couple more and reach 30 against St Johnstone next weekend.