April 2016

No. of Shots

8 15

Shots on Target

6 5


46% 54%

Fouls Conceded

10 10

Corners Won

2 7

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Goals Nelson 8, 20

McAlney 18, Burke 54

Killie Team

Bachmann, O'Donnell, Broadfoot, Findlay, Taylor, Tshbola ,(Malumbu 58), Dicker , Power, Burke, McAlney (Ndjoli 79), & Jones, (Millar 76)
Subs Not Used: MacKay, Bruce, McKenzie, S Boyd, 

Attendance: 4,694

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Match Recap

Kenny Miller saw his stoppage-time penalty saved as Dundee fell three points behind 10th-placed Hamilton in the Scottish Premiership.

Miller was brought down by Kilmarnock goalkeeper Daniel Bachmann in the 95th minute but the Austrian dived low to his left to smother the spot-kick.
Andrew Nelson twice put the hosts in front in between Kilmarnock debutant Conor McAleny's strike.
Chris Burke's free-kick drew the fourth-place visitors level.
Steve Clarke's side had looked more likely to find a winner with Greg Taylor and Gary Dicker coming close before the late drama.


Steve Clarke: “It was a fantastic game for the neutral to watch and you have to give Dundee credit for the way they played. You saw in the second half what Kilmarnock is all about, we were aggressive and moved the ball quickly.  At the end it was crazy from us, to be honest.  We had the right-back taking a throw in and lost our shape completely. I don’t know if we just got caught up in trying to win the game, but it was crazy.  Thankfully Daniel managed to save the penalty because if we’d gone away from here without a point it would have been an absolute travesty.”

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