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Tangerines cruise to victory

Tangerines cruise to victory

Dundee United ended their Irish pre-season tour with a routine 4-0 victory at Bohemians.

The visitors scored twice in each half with Ryan Dow getting on the end of Nadir Ciftci's 39th minute cross for the opening goal.

A couple of minutes later Dow was brought down inside the area and Ciftci converted from the penalty spot.

The Tangerines then struck again courtesy of Stuart Armstrong's 64th minute effort before substitute Brian Graham added another penalty when Chris Erskine was fouled in the final minute.

Bohemians: Menton, Buckley, Mulcahy, Best, Memery, Hyland, McEvoy, Walsh, Moore, J. Byrne, Evans

subs: Fogherty, Lawless, Hollywood, F. Byrne, Kelly, Collins, Bracken, Berrouguibi, Kavanagh

Dundee United: McCallum, Paton, Lenko, Smith (Telfer 62), Morris, Dillon, Ciftci (Graham 62), Fraser (Rankin 62), Dow (Spittal 63), Armstrong (Petrie 72), Mackay-Steven (Erskine 72)

subs (unused): McGovern, Robertson

Goals: Dow (39), Ciftci (pen 41), Armstrong (64), Graham (pen 90)

Ref: R. Harvey

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Date:Saturday July 12 2014
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