FOOTBALL: Crusaders stun Dundee United in Scottish Challenge Cup
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Crusaders spoiled Csaba Laszlo's first match in charge of Dundee United by knocking the holders out of the Scottish Challenge Cup.
An added-time strike from substitute Gavin Whyte saw the Northern Irish Premiership side progress to the semi-finals.
United's captain for the day Fraser Fyvie gave his side the lead early in the second half with a terrific strike.
But poor marking allowed Dave Cushley to level the match with a free header.
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Just as the match looked to be heading for extra-time, the visitors took advantage of a mix-up in the United defence and Whyte duly punished them.