MORTON Reserves scored twice in the final eight minutes to earn a dramatic 2-2 draw with Aberdeen in their last league game of the season.

Miko Virtanen scored just before the break from close range at Cappielow, with Lloyd Roberson doubling the lead midway through the second half.

Kieran Brophy pulled one back for Morton with eight minutes to go with a composed finish, before Jonathan Lyon scored deep in injury time to salvage a draw and help Ton finish the season in 15th place in their first season in the SPFL Reserve League.

Ton first team players Lewis Strapp, Dylan Dykes and Keelan O’Connell started for John Sutton’s side, while Rory McKeown continued his comeback from injury.

The visitors’ first chance saw Ethan Ross’ free-kick from just outside the box go over the bar after eight minutes. Dykes played a lovely ball over the top to Lewis McGrattan midway through the first half, but the midfielder couldn’t steer his header past Aberdeen stopper Archie Mair.

Just before the break the away side broke the deadlock when Seb Ross played the ball into Virtanen who was able to tap in from close range.

Brendan Pearson was called into action just after the hour mark, producing a fantastic one-handed save to deny Ross, who was one-on-one with the keeper.

But Aberdeen doubled their lead when Robertson tapped home from close-range from a Dons corner.

Ben Eardley’s pin-point cross found Brophy in the box and the winger took one touch to control it and the next to lift it past Mair on 82 minutes.

Morton got the equaliser deep into injury time.

Lyon curled the ball home with a stunning effort, leaving Mair helpless to stop the ball finding the top