- Keane concedes PK…
- …then finds equalizer
- Barnes sees red late
Michael Keane was at the center of it all as Burnley and Hull City broken open a snoozer with a pair of late goals in a 1-1 draw at the KC Stadium on Saturday.
Keane handled a ball that allowed Tom Huddlestone to score a penalty for Hull, answering back with a composed goal within minutes for the Clarets.
Ashley Barnes was sent off in the second minute of stoppage time, giving Hull two minutes with a man advantage.
Hull remains 19th despite the point thanks to Crystal Palace’s defeat of Middlesbrough, while Burnley moves into 11th with 31 points.
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Dieumerci Mbokani headed just wide in the 14th minute as the hosts looked to go ahead.
The first half found the Clarets a shade off, often through adventurous ideas that found no receiver.
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The second half started brightly for Hull, which was still without finish as Mbokani again provided a threat.
And Kamil Grosicki had Tom Heaton diving in the 61st minute after Mbokani spied him to the left, but the Polish midfielder missed the far post.
Keane conceded a penalty with a clear handball in the 72nd minute, and Huddlestone wasted no time in firing a low shot left. Heaton got a piece of it, but the ball defied his hand and swung around the side netting to make it 1-0.
The same man leveled the score, chesting down Robbie Brady‘s beautiful corner and snapping it behind Jakupovic.