Robbie Brady had a 25-minute cameo to neglect as Burnley drew 1-1 with Fulham on Wednesday.
The Republic of Eire worldwide changed the injured Johann Berg Gudmundsson shortly earlier than half-time, however was hooked off within the 65th minute.
Throughout his brief spell on the pitch, Brady picked up a yellow card and was at fault for Fulham’s opening aim as he didn’t clear Ola Aina’s effort off the road within the 49th minute.
Fortuitously for Brady, Ashley Barnes equalised simply three minutes later as Burnley climbed to 15th within the desk, whereas Fulham closed the hole on 17th-placed Newcastle to 6 factors.
However simply after Burnley’s leveller, Brady appeared lucky to remain on the pitch for a foul on Aina, however referee Lee Mason didn’t present him a second yellow card.
Clarets boss Sean Dyche took no probabilities as Josh Brownhill was introduced on for the winger.
It was a night to neglect for Brady, who had only a 77 per cent completion fee from his 9 passes.
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