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  1. Hibs win first Scottish Cup since 1902
  2. David Gray headed Hibs winner in stoppage time
  3. Stokes (2) for Hibs, Miller & Halliday for Rangers
  4. Pitch invasion after full-time whistle

Live Reporting

By Andy Campbell

All times stated are UK

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Hibs captain David Gray lifts the Scottish Cup

Click here to read more about the pitch invasion at Hampden.

Hibs match-winner and captain David Gray: "It is what you dream about - scoring a winning goal in the last minute of the cup final. It is Roy of the Rovers stuff. This gives us a lot of confidence that we can go and win the league next season."

David Gray

Two-goal Hibs striker Anthony Stokes: "I have never doubted my own ability. It is down to me to perform and I have done that today. I am just glad this club has got the hoodoo out of the way and finally won the cup."

Hibernian head coach Alan Stubbs also gets a shot of the trophy.

Each of the Hibs players get a hold of the Scottish Cup. It's a memorable day for the men from Easter Road.

Captain and winning goalscorer David Gray holds the Scottish Cup aloft.

Hibs players back out for presentation

Hibernian players come back out of their dressing room to receive their medals and the Scottish Cup trophy.

David Gray
David Gray scored Hibs' dramatic winner

No lap of honour for Hibs

Chick Young adds that there will be a medal and trophy presentation but no lap of honour from the cup winners.

Rangers not coming out to pick up medals

BBC Radio Scotland reporter Chick Young: "The Hibs players are still in their dressing rooms. Rangers are not coming back out to receive their medals."

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Police formed a cordon after fans entered the pitch

FT: Rangers 2-3 Hibernian

'Hibs players are history makers'

Hibernian head coach Alan Stubbs: "They say every cloud has a silver lining, and today we have got that silver lining. I am quite emotional. I probably dreamt this - I thought we were going to win the game 3-1 weeks ago.

"I knew the players were so disappointed last Friday [after their Premiership play-off semi-final defeat by Falkirk] but I saw by their reaction on Monday they were ready for this game.

"They are history makers. You work with them every day and they had a lot of bad luck against them, so to see them achieve it is fantastic."

Most of the fans who came on to the playing surface have now been ushered off the pitch and police have formed a cordon along the halfway line.

Everyone questioned our character. Delighted for the fans. We're over the moon

Hibernian midfielder John McGinn

An unbelievable day, an unbelievable result. We never gave in. One of the highlights of my career

Hibernian striker Anthony Stokes
Anthony Stokes
Anthony Stokes' second of the day got Hibs level before they went on to win

FT: Rangers 2-3 Hibernian

A lot of fans on the pitch and now police on horseback make their way on to the pitch.

The players were unbelievable. They deserve this.

Alan StubbsHibernian head coach

FT: Rangers 2-3 Hibernian

Fans make their way on to the pitch and the stewards set about returning them to their seats.


Rangers 2-3 Hibernian

Hibs have done it! Their first Scottish Cup triumph since 1902 and what a dramatic way to do it in stoppage time.

GOAL Rangers 2-3 Hibernian (Gray)

Hibs take the lead in stoppage time with captain David Gray heading in Liam Henderson's corner.

David Gray scores for Hibernian against Rangers


Rangers 2-2 Hibernian

Almost a hat-trick for Anthony Stokes as his shot from a tight angle is beaten away by Wes Foderingham.


Rangers 2-2 Hibernian

Four minutes of stoppage time begin.

Rangers 2-2 Hibernian

A clash of heads between Hibs team-mates David Gray and Lewis Stevenson means both receive treatment but both are soon back to their feet.

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I just wonder if either team fancies winning this before the final whistle

Former Hibernian and Rangers player Craig PatersonBBC TV pundit

Rangers 2-2 Hibernian

Willie Miller on Radio Scotland: "The delivery was excellent from Henderson and Stokes lost his marker at the near post - there was no-one there to put him under pressure. It is a bullet header and a thoroughly deserved equaliser."

Rangers 2-2 Hibernian

Niklas Gunnarsson replaces Paul Hanlon for Hibs.

Just which way is the seesaw going to go?

BBC TV commentator Liam McLeod

Rangers 2-2 Hibernian

Nine minutes to go at Hampden and it's all square again.

Rangers 2-2 Hibernian (Stokes)

Hibs level again. Liam Henderson's corner is right on to the head of Anthony Stokes and he makes no mistake.

Anthony Stokes scores for Hibernian against Rangers
Andy Halliday celebrates his goal
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Rangers' Andy Halliday (third from right) celebrates his goal


Rangers 2-1 Hibernian

Anthony Stokes carves out yet another chance on the Hibs left, cutting inside and firing over.