Date: Thu 11 Jul 2019

Late drama as Killie strike in stoppage time

Findlay strikes at the death to give the Scottish side the advantage

A goal in stoppage time from Stuart Findlay stunned Connah's Quay Nomads in their UEFA Europa League QR1 first leg in Rhyl.

Findlay found space in the Nomads box to head home a cross in the second minute of added time, breaking Nomads' hearts after Andy Morrison's side looked to have held out for a draw.

It could have been even better for Quay, who took the lead with fifteen minutes to play after Greg Taylor diverted Callum Roberts' cross into his own net.

Roberts though had a hand in Killie's equaliser, bringing down Chris Burke in the box which allowed Eamonn Brophy to slot home from the penalty spot.

The visitors then pressed for the winner, and duly found it to take the 2-1 advantage back to Scotland for next week's second leg.

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