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How the Hibs players rated at Tynecastle

Published Date: 29 August 2011
By Staff Reporter
Graham Stack
Made stunning save with his foot to deny Driver, but was sloppy in conceding the corner that led to Hearts' killer second. 6/10
Richie Towell
On-loan defender kept on his toes by Grainger and Driver, and coped well most of the time. 6

Callum Booth
Young full-back showed nice touches in the first-half, but his short pass to Thornhill let Hearts in for their opener, and was exposed in the second-half. 5

Paul Hanlon
Has seen his central defensive partners chop and change in recent weeks, and never really looked a commanding presence in a nervy looking Hibs defence. 5

Sean O'Hanlon
His lack of match sharpness showed from time to time and he found Elliott a handful. 5

Isaiah Osbourne
Tidy enough on the ball, but as soon as Hibs fell behind, there was a need for him to get further forward which he never quite fulfilled. 6

Ian Murray
Never gave up, but endured another frustrating Tynecastle outing, summed up by a yellow card for persistent fouling. 6

Ivan Sproule
Booked and was close to a red before Calderwood sensibly took him off. Day to forget for Northern Irishman. 4

Matt Thornhill
Caught flat-footed when Booth's pass was taken off his toes seconds before Hearts took the lead. Went close a minute later, but contributed little. 4

Junior Agogo
The striker struggled to impose himself on the game and his first touch too often let him down. Was replaced along with Sproule with the game already lost. 3

Garry O'Connor
Failed to get on the scoresheet for the first time in five games, but the big striker worked tirelessly and tested Kello with a swerving free-kick. Was rightly booked for a petulant foul, but was Hibs' best player on a miserable day. 7


Leigh Griffiths
Booked for a wild tackle, made to look worse by the slippery surface, and brought a save out of sub keeper McDonald with a rare shot for Hibs. 5

Akpo Sodje
Another yellow-carded when his boot went high in a bone-crunching 40-60 ball with Kello, which left both men floored. Didn't have enough time to make any impact. 4

Martin Scott
On for nine minutes. 2

Taken from the Scotsman

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