St. Mirren FC vs Hibernian FC, Premier League 2020 REGULAR SEASON
0 : 3
12th of September 2020 14:00
First half: 45+3 | Second half: 45+6
- 0' - The match kicks off with home fans waiting with anticipation for St. Mirren FC to score. At the same time, Hibernian FC does not seem to pull back! Let’s get it on!
- 5' - 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.
- 10' - It looks like no one’s ball. St. Mirren FC is used to counterattacking playing. None of the sides are ready to take the lead.
- 14' - What a strike from Kevin Nisbet! The score is 0-1.
- 17' - Goal! Joe Newell scores his 1 goal in 94 matches.
- 22' - Players seem to put ease on their energy level Spectators hardly appreciate such approach. Teams need to speed up the tempo.
- 25' - That looks like a foul for a Yellow card for Nathan Sheron.
- 30' - It looks surprising St. Mirren FC does not make any changes. Ryan Shanley has some obvious troubles when approaching to the goal.
- 35' - Supporters expect more eagerness from Junior Morias, as he is very good at scoring at The Simple Digital Arena with 2 goals in the last 2 games.
- 40' - Hibernian FC is defending very well tonight not leaving a chance for their rivals to get through for a goal.
- 41' - Paul Hanlon was booked on 41.
- 46' - The whistle greets Kristian Dennis as he departs to be replaced by Lee Erwin.
- 51' - Both teams are passing the ball around with high level of urgency. St. Mirren FC needs to do something about it to get closer to the goal.
- 56' - While players are taking a pause, let’s have a look at their stats. The teams met 1 times this season with Hibernian FC winning 100% of all matches.
- 59' - GOAL! Martin Boyle scores on 59. Assisted by Joe Newell
- 59' - Dylan Connolly has so much to prove this time. He replaces İlkay Durmuş on 59 minute.
- 64' - Paul Hanlon has certainly something to prove this evening. He made 14 appearances with only 1 goals this season.
- 69' - 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 Ryan Porteous suffering a number of foals already.
- 74' - 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.
- 77' - James Gullan has so much to prove this time. He replaces Kevin Nisbet on 77 minute.
- 79' - Joe Newell was booked on 79.
- 81' - Another substitution for Hibernian FC to replace Jamie Murphy by Drey Wright on 81 minute.
- 82' - St. Mirren FC manager makes another effort to make the tables turned. Cameron MacPherson is hanging Jamie McGrath on the field on 82 minute.
- 87' - Junior Morias has so much to prove this time. He replaces Jonathan Obika on 87 minute.
- 90' - The referee calls foul for Conor McCarthy. He receives a Yellow card.
- Full Time. Hibernian FC beats St. Mirren FC
Today 2020-09-12 St. Mirren FC vs Hibernian FC are fighting Premier League league on The Simple Digital Arena.
St. Mirren FC had 30 games and get got 29 points in Season (2018/19)
Hibernian FC had 30 games and get got 37 points in Season (2018/19)
Todays referees are: William Collum, Steven Kirkland, David Roome, Ralph Gordon
St. Mirren FC
Captain16 Sam Foley
- 20 Kristian Dennis
- 23 Lee Erwin 46'
- 6 Nathan Sheron
- 10 Kyle McAllister 59'
- 9 Jonathan Obika
- 19 Junior Morias 87'
- 16 Sam Foley
- 29 Zdenek Zlamal
- 2 Richard Tait
- 25 Ethan Erhahon
- 5 Conor McCarthy
- 17 Jamie McGrath
- 14 Cameron MacPherson 82'
- 22 Marcus Fraser
- 11 Ilkay Durmus
- 21 Dylan Connolly 59'
Captain4 Paul Hanlon
- 9 Christian Doidge
- 11 Joe Newell
- 14 Stephen Mallan 87'
- 10 Martin Boyle
- 29 Ryan Shanley 87'
- 13 Alexandros Gogic
- 6 Paul McGinn
- 4 Paul Hanlon
- 1 Ofir Marciano
- 5 Ryan Porteous
- 18 Jamie Murphy
- 8 Drey Wright 81'
- 25 Josh Doig
- 15 Kevin Nisbet
- 19 James Gullan 77'