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No. of Shots

11 16

Shots on Target

5 4

Possession

39% 61%

Fouls Conceded

7 4

Corners Won

14 9

Discipline

Goals None

Millar 87

Killie Team

Bachmann, O'Donnell, Findlay, Broadfoot, Taylor, Burke, Dicker, Power, Jones, )Millar 79), Brophy, (Tishbola 89), McKenzie, (McAleny 79 ).
Subs Not Used: MacDonald, K Boyd, Millen, Waters, 

Attendance:4,458 (1,214 Killie fans)

Man of the Match Vote

Match Recap

KILLIE ended their miserable winless run thanks to sub Liam Millar’s last-gasp strike.
It looked as though the wind had beaten both sides after an even but untidy encounter in which both teams struggled with the conditions.

Although Eamonn Brophy hit the post early in the second-half, and Saints’ Simeon Jackson forced a good save from Daniel Bachmann at the other end, a goalless stalemate looked likely until Millar – only on the park nine minutes – forced the winner in from Brophy’s cross.
It was their first goal in six games and they celebrated wildly in front of their own travelling fans.

Comments

Steve Clarke:  “I thought when Eamonn Brophy hit the post it was going to be one of those nights, so it was nice to get the goal.
"We’ve been accustomed to winning over the last 17 months so it was good to end the drought.
“Liam’s had to be patient. He’s a talent and he’s had to wait a long time to get the chance to show what he can do on the pitch.
“He didn’t get too long tonight but he’s shown good things in training. It was nice to get him on and we’re all delighted that he got his goal.
“It was a good three points and I think we deserved it on the night because we were the only team trying to win it during the second-half.
“We pushed forward and were caught a couple of times on the counter, but Stuart Findlay defended two situations really well.”

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