Hibernian FC saved St Mirren from a loss. With a 0-1 lead at the break, Hibbs managed to break out of the trap by snatching the point of a draw with a score of 2-2 this Saturday.
Unsurprisingly, it is the club from the capital that showed an aggressive inclination in this match. After several attempts, Hibernian FC players could not reach the target. Saint Mirren took the opportunity to gain confidence in the sport. The Saints took the lead in the 41st minute of the game thanks to Eamon Brophy scoring the first goal.
Upon returning from the locker room, Hibbs is forced to react. After 12 minutes of play in the second half, he equalized through Scotland defender Paul McGuin. After a foul in his field by Matthew Miller, he again receives a penalty. Martin Boyle converted the opportunity in the trembling 61st minute to give Hibernian a 2-1 lead. But the Saints haven’t said their last word in the game yet. Irishman Joe Shaughnessy scored in the 88th minute of the game and reduced the score to 2-2. The game ended with this parity score.
Hibernian FC is the provisional leader with 12 points. St Mirren is in ninth place with its four units.
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