Accrington Stanley 2-2 Barnet- Match Report

Last updated : 27 February 2016
Barnet claim point at Accrington despite finishing with 10 menBarnet battled back from 2-0 down to force a 2-2 draw as they hampered Accrington's automatic promotion hopes.Despite playing with 10 men from the 75th minute due to using all their substitutes and an injury to Chris Hackett, Barnet celebrated a point at the Wham Stadium.The first half had little goalmouth action with Stanley's Rommy Boco having the best chance after 19 minutes when his curling effort was pushed away by Jamie Stephens.It was a real battle but the deadlock was finally broken after 57 minutes when Brad Halliday's cross from the right was fired home by Billy Kee for his 14th goal of the campaign.It could have gone either way until, on one Stanley attack, the ball fell to Matt Crooks around 12 yards out and he rifled home after 74 minutes - his first goal since November.Despite the numerical disadvantage, Barnet rallied and top scorer John Akinde found sub Luke Gambin, who fired home low into the bottom of the net.Then, with two minutes to go, Mark Randall's free-kick was headed home by Akinde for his 13th goal of the season

Source : PA

Source: PA

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