Martin Ling and Andy Mutch both scored in an astonishing five-minute spell to earn Swindon their first home premiership point in a remarkable comeback against Newcastle United.
Ling’s short-range shot, and Mutch’s far-post header, made up for a crazy eight minutes at the end of the first half in which Swindon gave away two goals and missed a penalty. Lee Clark put Newcastle ahead with a stunning shot from an acute angle.
Then Bodin drove a penalty against goalkeeper Tommy Wright’s legs after John Moncur had been fouled. Within four minutes Bodin conceded a spot-kick, desperately tripping Paul Bracewell, and seeing Malcolm Allen convert.
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