Inverness Caledonian Thistle were taken to extra time by Forfar in the second round of the Scottish Youth Cup, however eventually came out victorious.
After heavy rain pre match the game began with Forfar making the better start.
The first chance however fell to Inverness with centre back Ryan McRitchie on the fifth minute going one on one with the goalkeeper. Forfar keeper Jason King was however able to smother the ball.
King continued to look impressive in the Forfar goal as he played sweeper keeper multiple times throughout the game.
Both teams struggled to maintain control as both sides winger pushed so far forward they were virtually playing 4-2-4 formations.
These formations isolated the central midfielders for both sides but central midfielders Kieran Chalmers and Jack Brown for Thistle both did well regardless.
It was Chalmers who almost opened the scoring in the 24th minute as his cross hit the top of the bar and bounced out of danger.
King was again called into action as he saved low to his right after Aidan Wilson had avoided multiple challenges to get a shot off on the half hour mark.
The best chance of the half fell to Forfar’s striker Joseph Johnson on the 35th minute, when he capitalised on McRitchie’s scuffed clearance but Inverness keeper Daniel Hoban saved at close range.