Steven May scored with the last kick as Hamilton grabbed a 2-2 draw at Airdrie
Last Updated: 25/02/13 8:09pm
Steven May: Last-gasp joy for two-goal Hamilton striker
Steven May salvaged a vital point for Hamilton as they battled back to claim a 2-2 draw in a thrilling clash with Airdrie United.
Airdrie appeared to have stolen two extra points deep into injury-time but May popped up with the last kick of the game to deny them victory.
Jamie Bain came close to an early opener for the hosts when he struck the post after just three minutes, and Jordan Moore hit the bar as Airdrie tried to press home their territorial advantage.
Martin Canning had two chances from set-pieces for the Accies, who finally broke the deadlock on 61 when May finished off a Gary Fisher cross.
Airdrie levelled three minutes later from the penalty spot with Jordan Moore beating Kevin Cuthbert after Bain was fouled by Alex Neil.
Bain looked to have sealed victory for United in the fifth minute of injury time but May had the final word a minute later when he poked home from close range in an amazing end to a game that had spluttered along for long spells.
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