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We will attack says Houston

We will attack says Houston

Manager Peter Houston believes his side can still come away from Moscow with the win they need to progress beyond the Europa League play-off round.

The Tangerines were only denied by a late equaliser from Dynamo Moscow in their first-leg 2-2 draw at Tannadice on Thursday evening.

Now they must go to Russia next week to face opposition already boosted by a couple of vital away goals.

"It's 2-2, a 1-0 victory gets us a result," Houston told BBC Radio Scotland. "That will be difficult to achieve but where there's hope we'll still go and attack them.

"We worked very hard," he added. "We gained confidence. We're a young side, a very young side and we're playing against good players, they're a good side. We scored a couple of goals and we could've scored more."

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Date:Saturday August 4 2012
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