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Live Reporting

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  1. The state of play...

    prem table
    Image caption: Hibs' injury-time win moves them back level with Rangers at the top of the Premiership

    The league table makes good viewing for Hibs fans this evening as they remain neck-and-neck with leaders Rangers.

    Aberdeen are creeping in the right direction after back-to-back wins.

    You'll have to wait until next weekend for your next Premiership fix but Celtic, Aberdeen and Motherwell are involved in European action on Wednesday and Thursday.

    Thanks for your company today and enjoy what's left of your Sunday.

  2. 'You've got let the players dream about maybe winning the league'

    FT: St Johnstone 0-1 Hibernian

    Neil McCann

    Former Hearts & Rangers winger on BBC Sportsound

    Quote Message: Jack Ross will be encouraging confidence in his players. He won't be putting too much water on the fire. You've got to let it burn a little bit and you've got to let the players dream about maybe winning the league, although outwardly that can never be spoken about
    Hibs players celebrate a dramatic victory in Perth
    Image caption: Hibs players celebrate a dramatic victory in Perth
  3. Hibs defence holds firm again...

    FT: St Johnstone 0-1 Hibernian

    A bad first-half call from the linesman did come to their rescue but that's three clean sheets in a row for Hibs, who managed to regain a foothold in the game after switching to a back three midway through the second half.

    Paul Hanlon, Ryan Porteous and Paul McGinn were all solid in the face of fierce pressing and, of course, Porteous and Hanlon were in the thick of it for the penalty award.

  4. Smash and grab?

    FT: St Johnstone 0-1 Hibernian

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    Image caption: Almost twice as much of the action was played in the Hibs area in comparson to the home side's
  5. 'Resilience won the game' - Ross

    FT: St Johnstone 0-1 Hibernian

    Hibernian head coach Jack Ross tells Sky Sports: "We had to make changes to try and affect the game. We had as many positive players on the pitch at the end as we could but we still weren't playing fluidly.

    "We speak about finding a way to win a match. What won us the game was that resilience.

    "We are finding ways to pick up points and long may that continue.

    "We will get better. We have areas to improve upon but certainly it's been a fantastic start for us."

    Jack Ross
    Image caption: Hibs boss Jack Ross was delighted to see his side keep a third successive clean sheet
  6. Hibs boss Ross 'won't be getting too carried away'

    FT: St Johnstone 0-1 Hibernian

    Neil McCann

    Former Hearts & Rangers winger on BBC Sportsound

    Quote Message: Hibs will have a look at the league table and they will be smiling, but I'm positive Jack Ross will play this down. What he will be pleased about though is his side's start. They have tightened up at the back and Gogic has helped with that, he's made an impact. But he won't be getting too carried away
  7. 'Hard to take' for Saints boss Davidson

    FT: St Johnstone 0-1 Hibernian

    "It's difficult to asses what went on there, I'm not sure what I can and can't say," is the response from a slightly bewildered sounding St Johnstone boss Callum Davidson.

    On the goal disallowed in the first half, he tells BBC Sportsound: "It certainly looked onside, but you've just got to take it and get on with it.

    "In the second half we got tighter, won a lot second balls and put them under pressure. We played with tempo and aggression.

    "In the last two games we've probably deserved four points. It's hard to take."

    Davidson is reluctant to discuss the decisive, late penalty, saying: "I think there's a lot of factors other than the decision, there are hands everywhere. He (Liam Gordon) gives the referee the opportunity to make a decision."

    And on Liam Craig's red card after the final whistle, he says the experienced midfielder "should know better than that".

  8. 'Sometimes football is cruel'

    FT: St Johnstone 0-1 Hibernian

    Billy Dodds

    Former Scotland striker on Sportsound

    Quote Message: Callum Davidson must be absolutely sick. With the goal that was chopped off, his team playing excellently at times second half and conceding a last minute penalty. Sometimes football is cruel
  9. 'Gut-wrenching for St Johnstone'

    FT: St Johnstone 0-1 Hibernian

    Neil McCann

    Former Hearts & Rangers winger on BBC Sportsound

    Quote Message: It's gut-wrenching for St Johnstone. That disallowed goal will cut deep for Callum Davidson. On reflection I don't think Hibs deserved to win the game. A draw would have been fair. Jack Ross will be absolutely delighted
  10. Bitter pill for Saints to swallow...

    FT: St Johnstone 0-1 Hibernian

    Spare a thought for St Johnstone. That's back-to-back 1-0 defeats at home, with late goals on both occasions.

    They had a legitimate goal ruled out in the first half and were by far the more menacing side in the second half, without really testing the goalkeeper.

  11. Spot on from Mallan

    FT: St Johnstone 0-1 Hibernian

    Not long on the park for his first appearance of the season, Stevie Mallan was a picture of calm as he stepped up and converted that penalty kick on 91 minutes...

    Stevie Mallan hammers in the last-gasp penalty to give Hibs all three points
    Image caption: Stevie Mallan hammers in the last-gasp penalty to give Hibs all three points
  12. RED CARD

    FT: St Johnstone 0-1 Hibernian

    Liam Craig is absolutely furious as he berates referee John Beaton.

    When he goes off to confront a Hibs player, Beaton loses his patience and shows the St Johnstone midfielder a second yellow card.

  13. FULL-TIME St Johnstone 0-1 Hibernian

    Wow. A complete smash and grab job from Hibs.

    Stevie Mallan's cool penalty in stoppage time sends the Easter Road side level on points with Rangers at the top of the table.

  14. GOAL St Johnstone 0-1 Hibernian

    Stevie Mallan (pen)

    Hibernian goal

    Right down the middle. Emphatic from Stevie Mallan.

  15. PENALTY TO HIBERNIAN

    St Johnstone 0-0 Hibernian

    A header from Alex Gogic header rattles against the post, with Elliot Parish beaten all ends up. The ball is quickly looped back into the danger zone by Gogic, who is not hanging about lamenting his luck, and Liam Gordon gets too tight on Ryan Porteous. With the weight of contact, the Hibs defender falls in a heap with team-mate Paul Hanlon and now the visitors have a great chance to take home maximum points.

  16. Post update

    St Johnstone 0-0 Hibernian

    Hibs captain Paul Hanlon joins in an attack and pings a great cross over from the left. Elliot Parish is in trouble as he flaps at it but the slightest touch keeps the ball from falling to a player in green and white.

  17. 'St Johnstone back three absolutely solid'

    St Johnstone 0-0 Hibernian

    Billy Dodds

    Former Scotland striker on Sportsound

    Quote Message: I can understand why there has been no goals so far with St Johnstone's back three. They have been absolutely solid
  18. Robertson gets his chance

    St Johnstone 0-0 Hibernian

    Michael O'Halloran has put in a mighty shift for Saints but his race is run now, with John Robertson on for the last few minutes.

  19. Post update

    St Johnstone 0-0 Hibernian

    A rash foul from Ryan Porteous gives the home side a free kick in a promising position. Scott Tanser has a crack from 20 yards but it doesn't get beyond the defensive wall.

    If fans were inside the ground, we would have heard a collective sigh.

  20. 'Change of shape helping Hibs'

    St Johnstone 0-0 Hibernian

    Billy Dodds

    Former Scotland striker on Sportsound

    Quote Message: Hibs' change of shape has helped. For about half an hour of this second half St Johnstone were in complete control but in the last few minutes it's been Hibs