Jack Ross cut a frustrated figure once more as he reflected on Sunderland’s third draw in six days.
The Black Cats showed plenty of fight and character, however, as they clawed themselves back from 2-0 down to earn a point on Wearside.
Billy Kee fired Stanely in front from the penalty spot on the half-hour mark before Paul Smyth doubled their advantage seven minutes into the second half.
But two goals – from George Honeyman and Aiden McGeady - in seven minutes turned the game on its head to earn the Lads a share of the spoils.
Click play in the video panel above to hear what Jack Ross had to say about how the match panned out this evening.