equalise


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compensate

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After a goalless first-half Darryl Minnett gave Penydarren the lead only to see Tonypandy equalise.
Queens moved 2-1 ahead through Paul Burns just three minutes into the second half only for Aberdeen to equalise two minutes later with a close-range effort from Barry Nicholson.
With McGowan on top form Celtic were unable to equalise.
But she departed the top flight on a high personal note scoring Sutton's opening goal to equalise a minute before the interval.
Cheryl Foster gave the Reds a crucial 59th-minute lead only for Holly Anderson to equalise after 77 minutes before Corrine Yorston netted the winner with 10 minutes to go.
Moore grabbed his second to give Stockton the 2-1 lead, but again Westerman scored to equalise at 2-2.
Butetown fought back to take the lead only to see Matthew Fry equalise before Butetown scored the winner.
King's 82nd-minute volley saw off brave Aldershot, though Chris Giles missed a great chance to equalise in stoppage time by shooting wide from just six yards.
Jun 11 2003, v Slovakia,Middlesbrough, Euro 2004 Qualifier 2- 1: Vladimir Janocko gave the visitors a shock half-time lead when his in-swinging free-kick evaded everyone but Owen won a penalty on the hour and picked himself up to equalise.
In 69 minutes Livingstone headed Shire in front for the first time but Steve Kerrigan made the most of a defensive error to equalise then Henderson sealed the win for Montrose.