Sligo Rovers came from 2-0 down to snatch a draw at home to Cork City last night in the SSE Airtricity League Premier Division.
Jonas Hakkinen opened the scoring for the away side after 18 minutes, with Westport native Ruairí Keating doubling their lead just after the hour mark.
With just over ten minutes of normal time left, Rovers were under pressure.
Up stepped Éanna Clancy to fire home on 79 minutes to give his side a lifeline.
Then, deep into added time Max Mata equalised for Rovers in the 93rd minute to share the spoils.
Sligo Rovers are now fourth in the table, with their second draw after five games.
With two wins and a loss also on the board, they are just behind third place Dundalk on goal difference.
Cork City sit in sixth, a point ahead of champions Shamrock Rovers.
Bohemians are at the top of the pile after their 2-0 win over St Pat’s on Friday.
Full time score from the Showgrounds:
Sligo Rovers 2-2 Cork City