Livingston were just seven minutes way from putting an end to St Mirren’s unbeaten run and preventing them from sitting at the top of the Premiership table with a last minute winner from Luiyi De Lucas.
That was until Stav Nahmani netted his first goal of the season for the buddies on the 96th minute to earn his side a point going into the international break.
It was a dominant first half display from the Paisley side who were unlucky on a number of occasions not to take the lead within the first 45.
On the 25th minute everyone feared the worst for Livingstons Andrew Shinnie, as the midfielder had gone up for a header and came down to awkwardly land on his neck. The paramedics were on the scene immediately to eventually take Shinnie down the tunnel in a neck brace. Thankfully the 34 year old was out on the park at half time to ensure his team mates and fans that he was in good condition.
The second half wasn’t full of quality from either side. That was until Jason Holt delivered a great ball over the top to Bruce Anderson who had the ball in the net but his effort was called for off side by the VAR officials.
Credit to the home side to keep their foot on the gas and net, what they thought, was the winning goal of the afternoon through De Lucas. That was until, the visitors got the equalizer in the dying stages on added time to secure a point as the ball was bundled into the net from close range by Stav Nahmani.
Both managers felt a share of the points was a fair result. Livingston have three tough ties in their sights against Ross County, Celtic and then Rangers in the Via Play League Cup. Meanwhile, Robinsons side have Motherwell, Hearts and the Hibernian in the League Cup Quarter Finals.