Keane concedes PK… …then finds equalizer Barnes sees red late Michael Keane was at the center of it all as Burnley and Hull City broken open a snoozer with a pair of late goals in a 1-1 draw at the KC Stadium on Saturday. Keane handled a ball that allowed Tom Huddlestone to score a penalty for Hull, answering back with a composed goal within minutes for the Clarets. Ashley Barnes was sent off in the second minute of stoppage time, giving Hull two minutes with a man advantage. Hull remains 19th despite the point thanks to Crystal Palace’s defeat of Middlesbrough, while Burnley moves into 11th with 31 points. [ MORE: ] Dieumerci Mbokani headed just wide in the 14th minute as the hosts looked to
Sutton United was put in a bit of a predicament on Saturday when the club lost its starting goalkeeper due to injury. If only Wayne Shaw were available… The 45-year-old resigned from his backup keeper position with the team earlier in the week after an investigation over broken betting rules came into question when Shaw ate a pie on the bench during Sutton’s FA Cup defeat against Arsenal. Ross Worner left the pitch during the team’s 3-2 National League victory over Torquay United in the opening quarter hour. Despite being down a goal and a man, central defender Simon Downer filled in for the injured Worner and only conceded once in the Sutton win.
Reuters sports schedule at 0600 GMT on Saturday: CRICKET India v Australia, first test (to 27) Australia look to bat India out of contest PUNE, India - Australia already have a second