Finn Harps salvaged a point right after the death when substitute Mark Timlin struck late for the Donegal side, who were reduced to nine men in Dalymount last night.
When the game was only 10 minutes into the game, Eric McWoods received a straight red card from Harps for attacking Tyreke Wilson. But with their backs to the wall, Harps’ 10 men took the lead.
Referee Sean Grant had no hesitation in awarding the penalty for a handball and Filip Mihaljevic stepped forward, who coolly slid the ball past James Talbot to break the deadlock. The home team failed to harass Harps’ Mark McGinley.
After the break, Bohs came level again when clever footwork in the box sent Junior Ogedi-Uzokwe down and Dawson Devoy scored a penalty of his own.
The turnaround was complete minutes later when Ali Coote slammed home with a thunderous shot from the edge of the box to put Bohs ahead.
The visitors were reduced to nine men in stoppage time when Ethan Boyle received his second yellow card, but Timlin still had time to emerge and snatch a point for his side, breaking Boh’s heart.
Bohemians – Talbot, Wilson, Feely, Kelly, Coote, Junior (Twardek 72), Devoy, Burt (Mallon 89), Murphy, Omochere, Flores (Levingston 84)
Finn Harps – McGinley, Slevin, Webster (Tourish 29 (Rudden 82), Connolly (Mahdy 82), McWoods, McNamee (Hery 66), Carillo, N’Zeyi, Rainey, Boyle, Mihaljevic (Timlin 82)
https://www.independent.ie/sport/soccer/mark-timlin-on-point-for-nine-man-finn-harps-against-bohemians-41558039.html Mark Timlin scores for Finn Harps with nine players against Bohemians