A brief glimpse into the past

Dundalk 0-1 Bohemians (20 mins) Half chance for Dundalk as Midstkogen delivered from the right and Pat Hoban nearly got on the end of it. Resulted in a Dundalk corner.



11 Mins: Dundalk 0-1 Bohemians Former Dundalk player @Georgiekelly161 despatches the penalty. #DUNBOH



12' GOL! Georgie Kelly. Dundalk 0 - 1 Bohemians.



🚨 PENO SCORED 

⚽ Dundalk 0 - 1 Bohemians 

⏱ 12' - Georgie Kelly (Bohemians)  scores from the penalty spot. 

  #LeagueOfIreland via @ExtratimeNews

🚨 PENO SCORED ⚽ Dundalk 0 - 1 Bohemians ⏱ 12' - Georgie Kelly (Bohemians) scores from the penalty spot. #LeagueOfIreland via @ExtratimeNews



#livebet #bet365 #live #inplay Possible goal!, League: League of Ireland Premier Division,Game: Dundalk-Bohemians Dublin,Score: 0-0,Minute: 8,Shots: 2-0,Shots OT: 0-0,Points: 49-59,Corners: 0-0



Dundalk 0-0 Bohemians (7 mins) Dundalk started the better of the two sides. Michael Duffy just had a decent chance on the edge of the box. And before that a header hit the bar from a clever free kick.



#livebet #bet365 #live #inplay Possible goal!, League: League of Ireland Premier Division,Game: Dundalk-Bohemians Dublin,Score: 0-0,Minute: 6,Shots: 2-0,Shots OT: 0-0,Points: 66-41,Corners: 0-0



⏱ GAME ON 

⚽ The game between Dundalk and Bohemians has started. 

  #LeagueOfIreland via @ExtratimeNews

⏱ GAME ON ⚽ The game between Dundalk and Bohemians has started. #LeagueOfIreland via @ExtratimeNews



"Bohemians look a lot younger so I expect Dundalk to win" Ok. #Bohs #WatchLOI



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