Point joy for Lang
Cambuslang Rangers.3 Forth Wanderers ......3
Cambuslang Rangers had to come from behind during this pulsating match and an injury time equaliser was needed to keep their promotion hopes alive.
The visitors started the brighter and opened the scoring after only 10 minutes. A long ball from the back caught the Lang defence napping and McLaren nipped in to knock past Stewart.
Cambuslang were level after 20 minutes. What appeared to be a hopeful box to the back post was met by the Forth defender, but he only managed to slice his clearance goalbound and Dale Simeon made sure from close range.
Lang were reduced to 10 men when Jordan Morton was refused entry back onto the park after getting treatment for a bloody face. His reaction led to a straight red card.
Forth were back in front before half-time in controversial fashion. The ball looked to have gone out of play but McLaren’s fine effort was allowed to stand.
Things looked all but over for the Lang as they conceded a third at the start of the second half. More slack defending allowed Dunn time to knock home. But the home side showed great spirit in getting back into the game. Firstly Kris Gebbie’s low free-kick cut the deficit.
Then Lang piled on the pressure but it took until the 94th minute for them to equalise, Gebbie again finding the back of the net from a free-kick. The goal sparked wild celebrations among the Lang players and bench. Lang: Stewart, Bohme (Hastings 83), Halliday, Kerr, Bishop, Gebbie, MacLeod, (Brown 57) Scott, Gemmell, Simeon, Morton.