Around six and a half thousand Middlesbrough fans turned up at the Riverside Stadium to watch their crucial Championship match against Burnley.
The North-East club sat top of the Championship this evening with four games to play and their loyal supporters were determined to see them increase their gap in tonight’s crunch tie with the Clarets.
With Turf Moor only hosting just over 22,500 fans, there were going to be some disappointed Boro fans who missed out on a ticket but the club came to the rescue when they announced they would provide a live beamback of the game against their title contenders.
Around six and a half thousand turned up to see the Championship leaders draw 1-1 with Burnley on a tough evening in the Midlands.
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Jordan Rhodes put his side in the lead with 20 minutes remaining before Michael Keane broke hearts with his equalising goal in injury time.
The result sees Aitor Karanka’s side remain top of the table with a two point gap over Burnley and Brighton who both sit on 84 points with three games remaining.