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Jamie McDonagh smashed a stunning last-gasp winner to clinch three precious points for Glentoran in their Belfast derby against Cliftonville at The Oval
Full name Jamie-Dean Cantona McDonagh fired home on the volley from outside the area with just seconds of the 90 minutes remaining.
The Man United legend he was named after would have been proud of it. It was a first competitive Glens goal for the former Derry City winger and what a way to open your account.
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A glorious goal from the gloriously-named Jamie-Dean Cantona McDonagh
Aaron of Glens TV quite liked it: @jamiemcdonagh64@Glentoran @DigiVibe_Media @Leeper5 @AaronAgnew_ pic.twitter.com/lCegL7CMop
It finished 1-0 to the Glens.
Meanwhile, Adam Salley scored for Portadown and was then sent off as the visitors clinched a point at Coleraine.
FT: #DanskeBankPrem— Q Radio News (@qnewsdesk) February 6, 2021
Coleraine 1-1 Portadown
Dungannon 0-2 Carrick
Glenavon 2-1 Ballymena
Larne 1-1 Warrenpoint
Glentoran 1-0 Cliftonville
Jamie 'Cantona' McDonagh goal of the season contender late winner for the Glens 📸👇
Crusaders v Linfield 5.30pmpic.twitter.com/Kc6JrjDLtl
Then ex-Glentoran defender Jimmy Callacher sealed three points for Linfield in the late kick-off at Seaview:
FT #DanskeBankPrem@CrusadersFC 1@OfficialBlues 2— Q Radio News (@qnewsdesk) February 6, 2021
Niall Quinn's wind-assisted 2nd half corner put Linfield in front. Philip Lowry equalised, but Jimmy Callacher pops up with stoppage time winner.
So, the Blues increase their lead at the top of the table:
⚽️ Late, late Big Two drama in #DanskeBankPrem as @OfficialBlues & @Glentoran beat north Belfast rivals. Also victories for @CarrickRangers & @Glenavon_FC. Linfield go 5 clear of @larnefc at top - pic.twitter.com/lB15cH4NOK— Q Radio News (@qnewsdesk) February 6, 2021
And they go again on Tuesday night: