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Leeann Dempster Shares Selfie From Tynecastle After Hibs Get Big Win Away at Hearts

Leeann Dempster Shares Selfie From Tynecastle After Hibs Get Big Win Away at Hearts

Leeann Dempster shared a selfie from Tynecastle after Hibs got a big win away at Hearts this afternoon.

The Hibees are the toast of Edinburgh after beating their fierce rivals 2-1 thanks to a double from Daryl Horgan.

It looked like it might not be a good afternoon after Peter Haring opened the scoring for Craig Levein’s men early on.

But Hibs hit back through Horgan before the same man fired a beautiful winner.

And then it was up to Paul Heckingbottom’s men to produce a superb defensive performance to get the three points.

Significantly, it’s Hibs’ first win at Tynecastle in six years – and Dempster looked understandably delighted post-match as she shared a selfie from the Hibs end:

Good on Dempster for getting in amongst the supporters for this.

With the win, Hibs move above Hearts into fifth place in the Premiership table and now sit just three points behind Aberdeen and Kilmarnock in the European spots.

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