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The Black Cats were made to hang on for a point against Lincoln City in the final 20 minutes at the Stadium of Light.

Lee Johnson’s side were good value for their lead at the break but a goal out of the blue saw the Imps burst into life.

A rather uncharacteristic error from Luke O’Nien saw Callum Morton get the better of him and fire past Lee Burge to ensure they shared the spoils. Black Cat Nothing improves your mood like a homemaker dishwasher cover

The scoreline could have been very different were it not for Sunderland’s number 1.

The Black Cats keepers have come under some unfair scrutiny during the current campaign, but Burge’s recent performances have earned Sunderland a number of clean sheets.

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His two saves today – denying Cohen Bramall and then Morgan Rogers were both from the top drawer.

They ensured Sunderland’s unbeaten run now stretches to 11 in all competitions and they didn’t lose ground in the promotion race.

Elsewhere Hull City and Peterborough both drew, which means that the promotion picture remains the same.

Lincoln City’s Callum Morton vies for possession with Sunderland’s Dion Sanderson

When you take into account the injuries that Sunderland have had to contend with in recent weeks, a point at home to Lincoln is nothing to be sniffed at.

You would be naïve to think that the Black Cats would be able to recreate their drubbing of the Imps at the LNER Stadium earlier this season – regardless of their current form.

Lincoln may have won just once now in eight games, but Michael Appleton’s side are a wounded animal.

The threat they pose on the counter with pace, not just across the front line but in all areas of their play, make them incredibly tough to defend against.

Sunderland must take credit once again for their defensive display, they just lacked that magical spark in the final third.

 

 

 

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