Berwick 2-1 Clyde: Report

14 November 2010 12:11
Berwick battle back for win Two goals in as many minutes earned Berwick a hard-fought 2-1 win as they rallied to complete a sensational late comeback against 10-man Clyde. After a goalless opening period, the visitors appeared to be heading for all three points when they took the lead through Alan Lithgow's 25-yard strike into the top corner in the 62nd minute. But Rangers refused to roll over and Ian Little levelled the scores with a fine header from Paul McMullan's cross with 11 minutes left. Two minutes later, the hosts snatched the points when Paul Currie was given the chance to win the game from the penalty spot. He made no mistake and fired past John Hutchinson from 12 yards after Lithgow had handled the ball in the box. Lithgow was sent off to add to his misery as Clyde slumped to defeat.

Source: DSG