Audio: Horgan praises the 'audacity' of stand-in goalkeeper Johnny Dunleavy

Audio: Horgan praises the 'audacity' of stand-in goalkeeper Johnny Dunleavy

Finn Harps manager Ollie Horgan admitted he was content enough to hear the final whistle despite the fact his team conceded a 90th minute equalizer against Derry City tonight.

The north-western rivals played out a frantic 2-2 draw at the Brandywell Stadium with Joe Thomson smashing a late equaliser, before he and Mark Anthony McGinley, the Harps goalkeeper were sent off in the shuffles that followed. Johnny Dunleavy took over in goal as Harps held on in the seven-pus minutes of injury time. 

"It was coming," Horgan said of the late goal. "They came at us in droves. To be fair to Johnny he had the audacity to go in goals and help us see it out. He didn't have to do that."

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