Watch Hearts fans belt out their Christmas chant in an ode to Australia's Cammy Devlin

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The Australian midfielder's popularity was made clear at Rugby Park

Hearts midfielder Cammy Devlin was the subject of a Christmas song at Rugby Park on Saturday as supporters rejoiced after their team's 1-0 win over Kilmarnock.

A deflected shot from Lawrence Shankland earned the Edinburgh club three points, but the 1,300 travelling fans dedicated a chant to Devlin both during and after the game.

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They adopted the Wham! Christmas tune "Last Christmas", originally released in 1986, and altered the lyrics to the chorus in honour of Devlin - a popular figure at Tynecastle Park. The Australian internationalist came as a substitute after 64 minutes to help his team see out the victory.

Our video above shows how the Hearts players responded at full-time as the fans belted out their festive melody.

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