Cork City 2-2 Bohs - FAI Cup Post Match Reaction
Cork City's Cup campaign remains alive, but only after a draw with Bohemians in their third round tie at Turners Cross. It ended 2-2 as the visitors took the lead twice, but City stayed in touch, first through Billy Dennehy, and then Dan Murray who scored his first goal since re-signing in 2012. That goal in the dying minutes of the game mean the Rebel Army are on the road on Monday for the replay at Dalymount Park. Click PLAY above to hear from Dan Murray, and John Caulfield as they react to the draw, while Caulfield also discusses the transfer of Brian Lenihan, and another twist in the deal!
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