Immediately after the match, Eskild said, “It’s maybe a little disappointing that we couldn’t get the winner, given our possession, but if someone had offered me the draw before kick-off, I’d have taken it, so I’d have to say I’m pretty happy with the point”.

He continued, “We had a dismal record against them last season, so it’s good to finally get off the mark, especially away from home. We face a difficult season, so to get an unexpected point on the board early on gives us something to build on”.

The Street fans who travelled to the Tayside derby did so more in hope rather than expectation given their previous record against The Disorders, but their fears were allayed just after the half-hour mark when having broken up an attack, Brook Street stormed up the park allowing Jose Eransus fired home to open the scoring.

Two minutes after the break, and it could have been 2-0 to Brook Street when Kyle Fair broke through, however Giuseppe Sechi in the home goal pulled off a fine save. This proved crucial as five minutes later, Sergio Alba knocked in the equaliser.

Kostas Fournarakos had the chance to turn the game on it’s head two minutes after this, however he lacked composure and blazed his shot past the post when he should have done better.

The match descended into a midfield slog with both sides cancelling the other out, so it came as no surprise that there were no further chances.

Brook Street now go forward to face Screwy 11 in the Scottish Cup on Wednesday before facing FMGLive Addicts in the league on Saturday.

Other Results:
Spikey Thistle 4 – 2 FC Zippy
FMGLive Addicts 2 – 5 Lords 11
The Mighty Blues Noses 3 – 1 Tachyonstorm