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Easter Road Stadium (Edinburgh)

Hibernian 1-3 Dundee United

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Dundee United beat Hibernian 3-1 in their Premiership match at the Easter Road Stadium in Edinburgh.

Scotland Scotland Hibernian 1-3 Dundee United
 
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Goals
43 mins — Hibernian vs Dundee United 0-1 — Çiftçi goal vs Hibernian
45 mins — Hibernian vs Dundee United 1-1 — Forster goal vs Dundee United
56 mins — Hibernian vs Dundee United 1-2 — Gunning goal vs Hibernian
82 mins — Hibernian vs Dundee United 1-3 — El Alagui goal vs Hibernian
Match Stats
5
2
18
0
2
40%
4
1
Shots
On Target
Fouls
Corners
Offsides
Possession
Yellow Cards
Red Cards
16
9
9
0
3
60%
2
0

Hibernian Starting Lineup

G - 1 - Ben Williams
D - 3 - Ryan McGivern
D - 4 - Paul Hanlon
D - 5 - Michael Nelson
D - 23 - Jordan Forster
M - 7 - Alex Harris
M - 10 - Liam Craig
M - 16 - Lewis Stevenson
M - 20 - Tom Taiwo
F - 26 - Samuel Stanton
F - 33 - Danny Haynes

G - 21 - Sean Murdoch
D - 15 - Daniel Boateng
D - 18 - Alan Maybury
M - 11 - Paul Cairney
M - 19 - Daniel Handling
F - 14 - James Collins
F - 35 - Jason Cummings

Dundee United Starting XI

G - 1 - Radoslaw Cierzniak
D - 3 - Curtis Good
D - 5 - Gavin Gunning
D - 12 - Keith Watson
D - 26 - Andrew Robertson
M - 6 - Paul Paton
M - 8 - John Rankin
M - 10 - Stuart Armstrong
M - 11 - Gary Mackay-Steven
M - 18 - Ryan Dow
F - 21 - Nadir Ciftci

G - 25 - Mark McCallum
D - 2 - Sean Dillon
D - 16 - Mark Wilson
M - 27 - Morgaro Gomis
M - 39 - Aidan Connolly
F - 9 - Brian Graham
F - 29 - Farid El Alagui

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