Bohs and St Pat’s play out dull draw

Bohs and St Pat’s play out dull draw

Bohemians 0 St Patrick’s Athletic 0

Dublin’s first citizen Andrew Montague was at Dalymount Park yesterday, but it was far from a Lord Mayor’s show as this Dublin failed to ignite.

A hard, bumpy pitch proved a great leveller in football terms as both sides struggled for control.

Bohs, still without a goal, will be the happier with their first point. St Pat’s will see it as another two points dropped.

Though St Pat’s had much of the ball and the majority of the few chances, Bohs thought they had won it in the 89th minute.

Midfielder Karl Moore hit a stinging shot that came down off the crossbar, but TV replays proved the ball had not crossed the line.

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