A late own-goal from Melbourne City midfielder Neil Kilkenny has gifted Western Sydney a point in a controversial 1-1 draw.City star Tim Cahill appeared to have celebrated his highly-anticipated comeback to his hometown by delivering a 55th-minute match-winner at Spotless Stadium on Friday.But his effort was cancelled when a blindsided Kilkenny accidentally bodied home a cross from Wanderers winger Jack Clisby in injury time, on what was almost the final play of the match.Cahills goal came just four minutes after Western Sydney striker Kerem Bulut was robbed of a goal when he was incorrectly ruled offside.Bulut appeared to have broken his goalscoring drought when he fired under an advancing Thomas Sorensen, running straight to the Red and Black Bloc for a 30-second celebration.But the local boy was called back by referee Chris Beath and was substituted not long after Cahills effort, ending a frustrating night that included four first-half offsides.Replays later showed Bulut was onside.It was another western Sydney product that further incensed the home crowd, with Cahill timing his run into the six-yard box with precision and finishing off a Fernando Brandan cross.The majority of the poor crowd of 14,232 - a near-sellout was expected - booed the Socceroos veteran after the effort, just his second since coming back to Australia.City coach John vant Schip could have a couple of injury concerns, with goalkeeper Dean Bouzanis a halftime substitute with a shoulder concern and Osama Malik coming off with a groin issue.Wanderers coach Tony Popovic was cautious not to criticise the decision to deny Bulut a goal, and instead praised his team for fighting back after the disappointment.The less said about that the better but in the end, Id rather look at how good that move was, to create a one-on-one opportunity, Popovic said post-game.They dropped for a period there after that goal. 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