Date: 14th December 2015 at 8:43am
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Hibernian’s winning run ended as they drew one-one with Falkirk in the Scottish Championship on Saturday with the 10-men levelling it up in injury-time.

Lee Miller put Falkirk ahead in the final 10-minutes as he profited from Hibs ‘keeper Mark Oxley unable to hold a Blair Alston effort, which seemed destined to leave the Hibees on for defeat.

That came after Hibs had played the whole of the second had with 10-men after John McGinn was shown a straight red card for his challenge on Mark Kerr just before the break.

Martin Boyle came off the bench to unsure Hibs gained a point; a point gained is what this was in the end, to grab a late, late equaliser.

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The above video shows the highlights from the dramatic equaliser at Easter Road as Hibs maintained the unbeaten run but with Rangers also drawing the chance to close the gap on them was missed, however it would have been extended but for the goal!

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