Date: 1st November 2018 at 9:33am
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Heart of Midlothian
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Tynecastle Park


31/10/2018 7:45 pm

Attendance: 19410

Referee: Andrew Dallas

Heart of Midlothian Hibernian
Zdenek Zlamal Adam Bogdan
Michael Smith
Steven Whittaker
Clevid Dikamona Efe Ambrose
Jimmy Dunne Darren McGregor
Ben Garuccio
(80) Lewis Stevenson
Callum Morrison Marvin Bartley
Peter Haring Martin Boyle
Olly Lee Vykintas Slivka
Oliver Bozanic (67) Stevie Mallan (90)
Arnaud Sutchuin-Djoum
Mark Milligan
Sean Clare (86) Florian Kamberi


Demetri Mitchell (80) Daryl Horgan
Craig Wighton (67) Jamie Maclaren
Danny Amankwaa (86) Emerson Hyndman (90)
Colin Doyle Ofir Marciano
Aaron Hughes Oliver Shaw (80)
Harry Cochrane Ryan Porteous
Marcus Godinho Charis Mavrias

Game Statistics

9 Goal attempts 11
1 On Target 2
8 Corners 5
13 Fouls 20
3 Yellow Cards 3
0 Red Cards 1
59 % 41

There has hardly been a time, especially in recent years when a goalless Edinburgh derby has attracted so much media attention.

Halloween Havoc

By the time the fixture had finished the game itself had played second fiddle to what took place off the field.

Last night’s match report can be found here.

Talking Points

Referee Andrew Dallas

I have, in my opinion, and justifiably so criticized this official several times regarding his previous performances, however, was he right in showing Hibs forward Florian Kamberi two yellow cards and in doing so ended up sending the Swiss international for an early shower.

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Sending Off

Florian Kamberi – first yellow.

Dallas booked Florian for persistent fouling – 41 minutes. I have a feeling the official was out of order when a word of warning should have sufficed.

Second yellow.

Kamberi ended up being penalised for an aerial challenge on Oliver Bozanic. Tempers overflowed and low and behold, on 65 minutes out came the second card.

Off The Field Incidents

Death threats, Hearts keeper, punched and Neil Lennon on the wrong end of a missile attack can be found here.

Alan Brazil Sports Breakfast Show On talkSPORT

What do you make of this?

Later today we’ll have something positive to talk about – hopefully?


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