April 2016

No. of Shots

11 8

Shots on Target

4 5


51% 49%

Fouls Conceded

10 7

Corners Won

5 7


Goals Mallan (12'), Gray (23'), Kamberi (78'pen) Brophy (26'), Stewart (44')

Killie Team

Jamie MacDonald, Stephen O’Donnell, Greg Taylor, (Kris Boyd 81), Kirk Broadfoot, Stuart Findlay, Alan Power , Aaron Tshibola, Jordan Jones, Chris Burke, (Bright Enobakhare 84), Greg Stewart, (Jack Byrne 77) Eamonn Brophy.

Attendance: 17,622

Man of the Match Vote

Match Recap

Stevie Mallan's sweet free-kick - his seventh goal of the season - gave Hibs the ideal start and David Gray's bullet header from a corner doubled the lead.

But Kilmarnock hit back impressively, Eamonn Brophy's back-heeled finish completing a fine team move before Greg Stewart (right) curled home a crisp equaliser.

Kamberi's spot-kick earned Hibs the points after Jamie Maclaren was deemed to be fouled by Broadfoot.

This was only a third defeat in 14 games on the road for Kilmarnock, who might have secured a point but substitute Kris Boyd's late header was tipped over by Adam Bogdan.


Steve Clarke: "It was a soft penalty, no doubt about it, To lose to such a soft and dubious decision is disappointing. It looked to me as if Maclaren kicks Kirk on the Achilles, which would make it seem a strange award.

"To compound that, Efe Ambrose kicked Kirk in their box in injury-time and we didn't get that one, so it's a bad day for us.  I felt we did enough in the first half to show we could have gone on to win. I certainly didn't expect to lose that game."

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