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    Players never give in  

    Thursday, January 10, 2019 5:41:35 PM

    Alloa Athletic manager Jim Goodwin once again highlighted the fact that his team never give in as they came back from a 2-0 deficit at half-time to clinch a merited draw having dominating the play in the second half, when remarkably Alloa keeper Neil Parry had not a save to make.

    Dario Zanatta has his shirt pulled in tussle
     
    "The Wasps" for the ninth time this season came back from behind to clinch a draw or victory having been behind now 4 times v. Dundee United, 2 times v. Dunfermline Athletic and on 1 occasion against Inverness CT, Falkirk and Partick Thistle.
    Connor Shields takes ball past two defenders
     

    Alan Trouten was once again the man to turn the game back in Alloa's favour, scoring the crucial first goal in the second half to give "The Wasps" a fighting chance. The game then turned on its head with the Dunfermline players looking visibly shaken and their fans starting to turn against them and their manager.

    Lee Robinson turns round to see Alan Trouten knock the ball into the net
    Sam Roscoe's header is cleared off the line
     
    Alloa pushed for an equaliser as the home team tried to run down the clock, Alloa substitute played through the vital pass to put Alan Trouten though on goal and "Trouts" scored his 14th goal of the season.
     
    Greig Spence supplies killer pass
    Alan Trouten scores  2 - 2
     
     
     


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