Dylan McGeouch has sealed a remarkable recovery for Hibs in the Scottish Cup semi-final this afternoon, with the midfielder scoring the equaliser against Aberdeen at Hampden.
Derek McInnes’ side took a startling 2-0 lead after 30 minutes, with Hibs struggling to keep up with their Premiership opposition.
However, Grant Holt managed to bundle the ball home before the half-time whistle to keep Hibs alive in their quest to retain the cup.
And Neil Lennon’s side have managed to build on Holt’s strike since the interval, with McGeouch on hand to score a dramatic equaliser for the Easter Road side:
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McGeouch’s strike was his first goal in over two years… and what a time to get it.
The Dons have had more opportunities on goal than the winners of this year’s Scottish Championship, however, there’s no telling what McGeouch’s goal could do for his side’s confidence in the next 20 minutes.
Could they complete the comeback before the final whistle to cap an impressive season?
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