Dundee United manager Peter Houston was full of praise for his players after they fought back from two goals down to end the game against Kilmarnock with a 3-3 draw last night. United were twice behind by two goals at home before captain Jon Daly's double - the second goal coming in injury time - earned them a deserved draw. United have scored late goals in three of their last four games, claiming five points in the process. Houston said: "I asked them at half-time to show a wee bit of character and they did just that. I've got to take my hat off to them for that. I felt we were totally dominant in the second half which speaks volumes for the lads' attitude. I must give them great credit for a never-say-die fight back. We got the goals which we deserved and to come from 2-0 down against a side like Killie is never easy. There was some stick coming from the supporters which I have to say was a bit disappointing. We played some really good football and scored some goals to match."