Dundee United FC vs Hibernian FC, Premier League 2020 REGULAR SEASON
0 : 2
30th of January 2021 15:00
First half: 45+2 | Second half: 45+4
- 0' - Welcome to Tannadice Park that hosts another battle between Dundee United FC and Hibernian FC.
- 5' - Not even hints on scoring a goal over the last 5 minutes.
- 10' - The travelling Hibernian FC supporters hardly appreciate their team being pressed down to the backline.
- 15' - The referee is likely to let players tackle, as he already missed some meaty challenges during opening seconds. He is still to establish what should not be done by the players and what is acceptable on the pitch. It’s going to be a tough game for Jamie Robson suffering a number of foals already.
- 20' - Both teams are passing the ball around with high level of urgency. Hibernian FC needs to do something about it to get closer to the goal.
- 21' - Darren McGregor puts Hibernian FC on the lead.
- 26' - Spectators are craving for more action. Both teams play very cautiously. They need to put some more energy.
- 31' - Hibernian FC is showing some good football. However, Hibernian FC are ready to play back every minute. It might result in some problems for the home side. The game will hardly remain goalless.
- 36' - Although teams showed high tempo form the start, they seem to slow down a bit. Both sides really need to catch a fire. Otherwise, we have another goalless match.
- 41' - It looks surprising Dundee United FC does not make any changes. Christopher Cadden has some obvious troubles when approaching to the goal.
- 46' - Hibernian FC seems to be on a short break. The game is mainly concentrated in the center. It’s high time they got back to action. Otherwise, it looks like a goalless game.
- 51' - Players seem to put ease on their energy level Spectators hardly appreciate such approach. Teams need to speed up the tempo.
- 56' - Supporters expect more eagerness from Ian Harkes, as he is very good at scoring at Tannadice Park with 1 goals in the last 1 games.
- 61' - Spectators do not have much to choose from both teams. The sides had several scoring chances but they still need a bit more than just a sight of a goal.
- 66' - The teams are not in a rush to score plenty of goals. It might look strange considering Hibernian FC that had 113 games and scored 156 goals.
- 67' - Peter Pawlett is replacing Luke Bolton for the Dundee United FC side.
- 68' - Time for substitution for Hibernian FC. Jamie Murphy is replaced by Kyle Magennis.
- 69' - What a strike from Martin Boyle! The score is 0-2.
- 69' - It is a substitution in Dundee United FC team. Luke Bolton is replaced by Peter Pawlett on 69 minute.
- 74' - It’s high time Jack Ross made some changes to put the his team’s game back to action.
- 79' - Lawrence Shankland has certainly something to prove this evening. He made 0 appearances with only 7 goals this season.
- 83' - Time for substitution for Dundee United FC. Jeando Fuchs is replaced by Ian Harkes.
- 84' - Ian Harkes is replacing Jeando Fuchs for the Dundee United FC side.
- 87' - Darren McGregor was booked on 87.
- 89' - Another change for Hibernian FC made on 89 minute. Martin Boyle leaves to be changed by Drey Wright.
- The referee blows the final whistle. Sensational lose for Dundee United FC.
Today 2021-01-30 Dundee United FC vs Hibernian FC are fighting Premier League league on Tannadice Park.
Dundee United FC had 36 games and get got 42 points in Season (2018/19)
Hibernian FC had 36 games and get got 59 points in Season (2018/19)
Todays referees are: John Beaton, Frank Connor, Andy Milne, Gavin Duncan
Dundee United FC
Captain6 Mark Reynolds
- 9 Marc McNulty
- 5 Mark Connolly
- 18 Calum Butcher
- 66 Jeando Fuchs
- 23 Ian Harkes 84'
- 6 Mark Reynolds
- 2 Liam Smith
- 20 Luke Bolton
- 8 Peter Pawlett 67'
- 24 Lawrence Shankland
- 1 Benjamin Siegrist
- 17 Jamie Robson
- 10 Nicky Clark
Captain4 Paul Hanlon
- 36 Jackson Irvine
- 9 Christian Doidge
- 10 Martin Boyle
- 8 Drey Wright 89'
- 13 Alexandros Gogic
- 27 Christopher Cadden
- 6 Paul McGinn
- 4 Paul Hanlon
- 1 Ofir Marciano
- 24 Darren McGregor
- 18 Jamie Murphy
- 7 Kyle Magennis 68'
- 25 Josh Doig