Dunfermline 2-3 Arbroath

Alan Cook scored a quickfire double as Arbroath came from behind to win at 10-man Dunfermline.

The Red Lichties got off to the perfect start when Steven Milne slotted home after seven minutes.

Callum Morris equalised with a header from a Ross Millen corner in the 28th minute before Shaun Byrne gave the hosts the lead with a right-foot effort five minutes before the break.

Dunfermline's lead lasted only two minutes as Cook first scored from the penalty spot after Chris Kane fouled Michael Travis and then with a left-foot strike from the centre of the penalty area.

Kane was sent off early in the second half for a second bookable offence to ruin any chances the hosts had of getting back into the game.

Dunfermline: Scully, Millen (Williamson 84), Young, Morris, Whittle, Byrne (Moore 71), Kane, Geggan, Falkingham, Wallace, Thomson (Ferguson 79). Subs Not Used: Potter, Goodfellow, Dargo, El Bakhtaoui.

Sent Off: Kane (52). Booked: Kane, Geggan, Wallace.

Goals: Morris 27, Byrne 41.

Arbroath: Morrison, Banjo, Travis, Keddie (Lindsay 46), Hamilton, Scott (Sibanda 58), Darren Smith, Sheerin, Cook (Chisholm 74), Milne, Linn. Subs Not Used: Yao, McWalter, Bullock.

Booked: Linn, Darren Smith, Sheerin, Bullock.

Goals: Milne 8, Cook 44 pen, 45.

Att: 3,242

Ref: Stephen Finnie

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