Date: 20th December 2015 at 1:06pm
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Hibernian’s Scottish Championship season continued with a one-nil against Queen of South at Easter Road on Saturday with another injury-time goal seeing them go joint top with Rangers after they lost to Falkirk!

With a goalless draw looking likely another injury-time goal (with the one a week before salvaging a point) was scored when Dominique Malonga headed in the winner in the fourth-minute of added time as he nodded David Gray’s cross past Robbie Thomson.

Liam Fontaine, James Keatings and Jason Cummings could have scored for Hibs before this but Queen of the South also had chances with Mark Millar forcing Mark Oxley into a save from a freekick with Millar denied again in the second half.

Hibs are now unbeaten in 17-matches and after this dramatic winner join Rangers at the top of the Championship table after they lost at Falkirk with it set up perfectly for a meeting at the end of the month!

These were the other results.

Friday 18th December 2015
Morton 1-2 Raith Rovers

Saturday 19th December 2015
Falkirk 2-1 Rangers
Alloa 0-2 St Mirren
Hibernian 1-0 Queen of Sth
Livingston 1-1 Dumbarton

Raith and St Mirren both picked up two-one and two-nil wins away at Morton and Alloa, respectively, but obviously the standout results are the defeat for Rangers and win for Hibernian.

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