Irish Premiership: Coleraine 2-2 Crusaders

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Coleraine are denied their first win of the season by an injury-time Timmy Adamson strike for Crusaders.

Coleraine had to settle for a fourth consecutive draw in the Premiership as Timmy Adamson snatched a late equaliser for Crusaders at the Showgrounds.

All the goals came in the second half with Gary Browne heading Coleraine in front and Adamson equalising.

Coleraine's Aaron Canning was sent-off for a comment he made to referee Andrew Davey but the home side regained the lead through Ruairi Harkins's free.

Striker Adamson got a second equaliser in stoppage-time for the Crues.

"We are disappointed we did not get all three points," said Crusaders manager Stephen Baxter.

"The woodwork and some great saves denied us.

"We dominated the game but just did not do enough to win the match."

Coleraine boss Oran Kearney said: "We have played consistently well in the four draws.

"I know we have enough quality and, if we keep putting in the performances, the wins will come."