Ryan Fulton continued a chaotic start to his professional career, conceding a stoppage equaliser from Morecambe’s goalkeeper in Portsmouth’s 1-1 draw with the Shrimps on Tuesday night.
Fulton has endured quite a start to his senior career since joining League Two Pompey on loan two weeks ago and instantly becoming No.1 at Fratton Park.
The young stopper went from zero to hero as he conceded but saved a penalty on debut, before producing an excellent display in the FA Cup against Premier League opposition at the weekend.
And continuing an unforgettable introduction to senior football, Fulton was on the receiving end of a complete one-off in his side’s draw against Morecambe, conceding a last-minute header from his opposite number.
Following an excellent save from the Liverpool youngster to deny the hosts from close range, home ‘keeper Barry Roche ventured forward for a last-gasp corner, with his side trailing 1-0 in the dying moments.
And from the resulting in-swinging delivery, Roche rose highest to head past Fulton at the near-post, cueing scenes of delirium among the Globe Arena faithful who could not believe what they had witnessed.
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