With six minutes remaining, Onésimo Murube slams home his sixth goal of the season to earn us a point.

Brook Street had to settle for a share of the spoils this evening, drawing 3-3 away to Schwarzenegger Allstarz. While the result kept our unbeaten run going, Marcus was less than happy with the outcome.

“Although the match was very finely balanced, I’m disappointed that we’re heading home with only a point”.

He elaborated saying, “We were sloppy at the back and wasteful up top. Following our excellent performance last weekend I’d hoped that we’d kick on and get a good result today. Instead, we showed our ugly side”.

“We need to ensure some consistency if we are to challenge for the title, but at the end of the day, a point away from home is better than nothing”.

The coach was however concerned with the injuries picked up by Nemanja Janković and José Eransus; Nemanja limped off five minutes before half-time while José managed to struggle through to full-time after picking up a knock ten minutes from time.

“We feared the worst, but it transpires that José is just a bit bruised and will be fine for next weekend”, said Marcus. “We’re not sure about Nemanja though”.

He added, “It looks like a muscle pull, but we’ll have to wait until he gets a scan to see the extent of the damage. Hopefully it won’t keep him on the sidelines too long”.

Roberto Oña Vivar opened the scoring in four minutes before Daniel Hasnaş levelled in the twelfth minute.

Fabian Pinzoni looked to have ensured that the home side would go into the break ahead when he scored three minutes from the break, however Andy Harte stunned the home crowd by levelling straight from kick-off.

Achim Köb fired Allstarz back into the lead back in front before the hour mark, and with time running out, Onésimo Murube salvaged a point for Brook Street six minutes from time.