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Sunderland rallies to draw 2-2 at Cardiff

Sunderland scores 2 late goals to draw 2-2 at managerless Cardiff in Premier League

Cardiff City owner Vincent Tan, centre, looks on  in the stands during the English  Premier League match against Sunderland at the Cardiff City Stadiu...
Cardiff City owner Vincent Tan poses for a photograph with fans in the stands during the English  Premier League match against Sunderland at the Cardi...
Cardiff City's Fraizer Campbell, 10, scores his team's second goal during their English Premier League match against Sunderland at the Cardiff City St...
Sunderland's Steven Fletcher scores his team's opening goal during their English Premier League match against Cardiff City at the Cardiff City Stadium...

Britain Soccer Premier League

Cardiff City owner Vincent Tan, centre, looks on in the stands during the English Premier League match against Sunderland at the Cardiff City Stadiu...

Britain Soccer Premier League

Cardiff City owner Vincent Tan poses for a photograph with fans in the stands during the English Premier League match against Sunderland at the Cardi...

Britain Soccer Premier League

Cardiff City's Fraizer Campbell, 10, scores his team's second goal during their English Premier League match against Sunderland at the Cardiff City St...

Britain Soccer Premier League

Sunderland's Steven Fletcher scores his team's opening goal during their English Premier League match against Cardiff City at the Cardiff City Stadium...

CARDIFF, Wales (AP) -- Sunderland scored two late goals to draw 2-2 at Cardiff in the English Premier League on Saturday, adding to the Welsh side's woes a day after its firing of manager Malky Mackay.

Jack Colback earned a point for the league's bottom club with a deflected strike in the fifth minute of injury time, with Steven Fletcher having halved Sunderland's deficit in the 83rd minute.

Cardiff is in a state of flux after Malaysian owner Vincent Tan fired Mackay following a protracted dispute, but its players put the club's off-field troubles to one side by going 2-0 ahead after 58 minutes through goals by Jordon Mutch and Fraizer Campbell.

There were several pro-Mackay chants and banners in evidence throughout a game that Tan attended.

Sunderland stayed a point behind next-to-last West Ham.


Updated : 2021-05-12 23:38 GMT+08:00