Graham Cummins spoiled the party for Inverness right at the end after a 9th minute Ryan Christie goal had looked like securing all three points for Caley Thistle. We hope to have a full match report up later...From BBC Sport:Substitute Graham Cummins salvaged a point for St Johnstone with a last-minute goal against Inverness Caledonian Thistle.Ryan Christie's drilled shot gave the visitors an early lead.Christie came close to adding to Caley Thistle's advantage and Michael O'Halloran had an effort saved for Saints.And, with time running out, Cummins headed in Joe Shaughnessy's delivery to restore parity.A draw gives both sides a first Scottish Premiership point this season.But for Inverness the result may well feel like two points dropped having dominated for much of the match and led for so long.They took the initiative when a mix-up at the back for St Johnstone was picked up by Dani Lopez, who played in Christie.The attacking midfielder cut into the box on the left-hand side and, from 15 yards, fired across goalkeeper Alan Mannus into the net.Christie continued to be the danger man for Inverness and almost doubled their lead. He made a surging run from the right only for the Saints defence to block midway inside the penalty box.O'Halloran found space with some intelligent play and forced a decent save from Owain Fon Williams.Inverness threatened again on the stoke of half-time, Andrea Mutombo flashing across the face of goal with no takers.The visitors started the second half as brightly as the first and had a great chance following a corner from Ross Draper. The ball was headed down by Danny Devine and a scramble ensued before the ball was eventually cleared by the hosts.Christie came close again when he spotted Mannus off his line and tried a shot but the keeper made an excellent one-handed save.Cummins replaced Simon Lappin and his contribution proved crucial for St Johnstone as he connected with Shaughnessy's cross from the right to level the match.Match report written by tm4tj
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