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Wednesday 8 February 2023 Dublin: 9°C

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Drogheda late show leaves Bohemians frustrated
Substitute Dean Williams’ 87th-minute equaliser sent the majority of the crowd home happy.
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Bohemians left frustrated by Finn Harps
Promise Omochere and Ryan Connolly scored the goals on a chilly night in Ballybofey.
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Newcastle left frustrated as late goal denies them big win in survival bid
Claudio Ranieri’s Watford earned a draw against the Magpies.
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Norwich and Wolves play out goalless stalemate
Teemu Pukki spurned the best chance of the game for the Canaries.
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Sligo youngster on target as Ireland close in on qualification for elite round
Johnny Kenny opened the scoring but Tom Mohan’s side had to settle for a draw against Bosnia.
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Stoppage-time Kelly penalty gives Bohs share of the spoils against Dundalk
Sami Ben Amar’s first league goal of the season had given the visitors the lead just before the half-hour mark.
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Poland deny England at the death after Kane stunner
Damian Szymanski headed home at the death to give the hosts a share of the spoils.
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Longford still searching for second win of season as Drogheda go level with Bohs
A Dane Massey own goal helped Daire Doyle’s men pick up a draw.
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Harry Kane moves top of scoring charts as Arsenal loanee leaves Tottenham frustrated
Joe Willock came off the bench to hand Newcastle a Premier League lifeline.
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Brighton’s winless home run goes on after scoreless draw with Fulham
Lewis Dunk made a late clearance off the line to deny Ruben Loftus-Cheek.
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Late goal denies United victory at Leicester
United missed the chance to close the gap on Liverpool with a 2-2 draw at the King Power.
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Lallana keeps Liverpool unbeaten but win streak ends against improved Man United
Marcus Rashford gave United a first-half lead in controversial circumstances but Liverpool pegged them back late.
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Sligo Rovers and Waterford play out goalless draw at Showgrounds
Romeo Parkes missed a penalty as neither side found a goal.
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Honours even as Finn Harps and Cork City share drab draw
Frank Kelleher’s new side couldn’t find a breakthrough at Finn Park tonight.
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Bohs deny Rovers derby win with last-gasp Cornwall header
Skipper Ronan Finn had put the Hoops in front, but they were unable to secure three points at Dalymount Park.
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Ireland's latest call-up Burke earns Shamrock Rovers draw with high-flying Waterford
Gavan Holohan had given the Blues a lead at Tallaght Stadium.
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Late Morrissey equaliser sees Limerick escape with a point as Hoops' winless run continues
Danny Morrissey’s late equaliser after 86 minutes earned Limerick a point on Friday night.
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Last minute equaliser from ex-Leeds striker sees Gypsies earn a share of the spoils in Limerick
Eoghan Stokes grabbed Bohemians a point at the death to deny Limerick at the Markets Field on Saturday.
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Burnley earn a point as Gudmundsson proves Pep right at Turf Moor
Raheem Sterling was guilty of two poor misses that cost Manchester City as Burnley came from behind to snatch a 1-1 draw.
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Barca drop more points as former Liverpool striker scores for Celta Vigo
Luis Suarez and Lionel Messi were on target for La Liga’s leaders at Camp Nou.
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Chris Hughton's Brighton come from behind twice to share the spoils with Stoke
Brighton and Hove Albion remain unbeaten at home since the first game of the season thanks to Jose Izquierdo’s equaliser.
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Walters strikes late to earn Ireland a share of the spoils with Austria
The draw leaves Martin O’Neill’s side top of Group D with Serbia and Wales facing off this evening.
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Ogbene snatches equaliser at the death as Limerick and Derry share the spoils
The Limerick striker came off the bench and the game finished 1-1 at Markets Field.
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Tosi strikes at the death to earn Limerick a draw in Tallaght
Roberto Lopes has opened the scoring for Shamrock Rovers.
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Sligo and Saints share the spoils after Sadlier's drilled free-kick
Michael Barker equalised for the visiting St Patrick’s Athletic at The Showgrounds.
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Leicester edge closer to Champions League knockout stages
Copenhagen held the Foxes to a goalless draw in Denmark tonight.
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Saints cancel out early Patterson goal at the Brandywell
St Patrick’s Athletic and Derry City played out a 1-1 draw in the Premier Division tonight.
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Houston rescues a share of the spoils for Finn Harps in north-west derby
Derry had to settle for a 2-2 draw at the Brandywell this evening.
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Spurs old boy's cracking goal for the Toffees cancelled out by super Alli strike
Everton and Tottenham played out an entertaining 1-1 draw at Goodison Park.
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Lamela on the scoresheet again but Spurs concede late equaliser to Monaco
On-loan Milan striker Stephan El Shaarawy earned a draw for the French club at Stade Louis II.
# Blow
City's title challenge suffers a setback as they're held by Everton
A Steven Naismith header helped the Toffees earn a much-needed point today.
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Jagielka wonder-strike rescues Toffees at the death
The 223rd Merseyside derby ended in a 1-1 draw thanks to an outrageous injury-time goal from the Everton captain.
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Hull and Hammers share the spoils after Valencia's wondergoal
A clutch of debutants starred as the Tigers and West Ham played out a pulsating 2-2 draw.
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Van Gaal still searching for first win as Man United fail to fire against Sunderland
Juan Mata’s goal was cancelled out by a Jack Rodwell header at the Stadium of Light.
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Reaction: Ireland draw no comfort as they fail to 'close the deal' again
Captain Jamie Heaslip says that the Ireland dressing room is ‘flat’ after losing a 10-point lead.