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 Killie Fight Back For Worthy Point !

Kilmarnock 2 Hearts 2

SPL Match 35, Rugby Park, Apr 30th 2011
Attendance:  5,006       Tarts Goals: Skacel 67, Pascali (OG) 76 mins
No Player Started Substitution Cards Goals
13 Cameron Bell      
2 Tim Clancy    
29 Manuel Pascali  


4 Jamie Fowler

(79 mins for Dayton)

  55 mins
6 M Sissoko    
14 David Mendes De Silva      
7 Craig Bryson


22 Liam Kelly    
8 Jamie Hamill    
20 Alexi Eremenko    
87 Willy Aubameyang (74 mins for Agard)    
21 Kyle Letheren        
3 Garry Hay        
10 Mehdi Taouil        
15 Billy Bernstsson        
17 Kiernan Agard (74 mins for Aubameyang)   86 mins
23 James Dayton (79 mins for Fowler)    
28 William Gros        

Complete Game

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Killie fought back to draw with Hearts in an entertaining Scottish Premier League match at Rugby Park.

Ian Black was denied by Killie goalkeeper Cammy Bell and Alexei Eremenko had a free-kick touched on to the Hearts crossbar in the first half.

James Fowler's deflected drive edged the hosts ahead, but Rudi Skacel's poacher's goal levelled for Hearts.

Ryan Stevenson's header looked to have handed the win to the visitors, but Kieran Agard volleyed Killie level.

The draw takes Jim Jefferies' side eight points clear of fourth-place Dundee United, who play Celtic on Sunday, while Kilmarnock's wait for a first win under caretaker manager Kenny Shiels continues.

Black was denied by an excellent save by Bell early on, the Killie keeper diving to his right to turn away the midfielder's left-foot drive.

From the corner, Craig Thomson's delivery was flicked on at the near post by Ruben Palazuelos and Eggert Jonsson could not keep his header down when he rose in the six-yard box.

It was Kilmarnock's turn to go close when they won a free-kick in the inside left channel, Eremenko's curling effort touched on to the crossbar by Hearts stopper Jamie MacDonald.

Tim Clancy took exception to Thomson clearing the ball as the Killie player fell to the ground and the pair were booked after a bit of jostling.

David Templeton got the break of the ball on the edge of the box as Hearts pushed and the winger's low left-foot drive was just past the near post.

Kilmarnock started the second half brightly and MacDonald stooped to his right to keep out a downward Manuel Pascali header.

Eremenko was booked for simulation as Killie continued to force Hearts back.

And the breakthrough came when Liam Kelly teed up Fowler for a shot and the defender's drive took a nick off a Hearts defender and flew into the net.

Hearts looked to respond at a corner and Marius Zaliukas' head-flick was nodded on by Stephen Elliott and Bell nervously punched the ball away from the crowded six-yard box.

The equaliser came in the 67th minute when Templeton's inswinging cross from the left bounced up on to the crossbar and Skacel reacted quickest to slam the ball into the net.

Templeton and Stevenson combined to set up Black for a shot just inside the Kilmarnock box, but the midfielder could not keep his effort down.

However, Hearts were soon ahead as Thomson's corner kick was nodded into the net by Stevenson.

Skacel lifted a shot wide after bursting into the box as Hearts looked to make sure of victory.

Killie went back on the attack and David Silva flashed a shot wide after cutting in from the left.

And substitute Agard should have done better with a header after being picked out superbly by Eremenko.

However, Agard made no mistake with his next effort as Killie levelled the scores once more.

Eremenko's back-heel flick into the six-yard box was headed out, but the ball dropped near the penalty spot for Agard to convert a wonderful volley on the turn.

Kilmarnock might have claimed all three points in the closing stages with Agard and fellow substitute James Dayton having efforts saved and Silva sending a tame shot trundling into the arms of MacDonald from the edge of the area.

Sandy's Match Pic's are HERE

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