Dundee drew 1-1 against Kilmarnock in the Development League at Dens Park. The Dees got off to the perfect start when Max Anderson found the net after 90 seconds. It looked like the Dees were set to pick up their second win of the week until Jack Paterson found the net with a fine solo effort in the 89th minute, ensuring the points were shared.
The Dees only had three players over the age of 16 in the squad, and it was one of the millennials that opened the scoring. Following a Killie corner, Mark Smith lead the counter attack, sending in a low cross from the left wing that was turned in from close range by Max Anderson.
Killie were seeing lots of the ball, but it was Dundee that went closest to scoring the second goal. Ian Smith’s cross was met by Marton Hornyik, but the young defender’s effort bounced wide of the post.
The visitors best chance came after 28 minutes. Scott McLean’s cut back was met by Ewan McLevy, but his effort sailed over the bar.