St Patrick's Athletic extended their winning run to six games in all competitions as they came from a goal behind with ten men to defeat Bray Wanderers 4-2 at the Carlisle Grounds in the SEE Airtricity League on this evening.
Liam Buckley's side were far from their best for much of a controversial, yet entertaining, encounter but mustered enough resolve to overcome an embattled Bray side, who played the majority of the game with a man advantage after Ken Oman's first-half dismissal.
Chris Forrester's dazzling strike from 25 yards shortly before the interval cancelled out Jake Kelly's opener from the spot and provided the spark the visitors required after a lethargic start.
Forrester skipped his way past a couple of challenges before unleashing an unstoppable drive that cannoned off the underside off the bar.
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|8||St. Patrick's Athletic||25||27|
|10||Galway United FC||25||25|