Hibs player ratings against Aberdeen - how the men in green and white fared at Pittodrie

Ratings out of ten for every Hibs player who featured against Aberdeen

Darren McGregor saw red at Pittodrie for Hibs
Darren McGregor saw red at Pittodrie for Hibs

Player ratings scale - 10: One of best performances you've seen. 9: Outstanding. 8: Very good. 7: Good. 6: Average. 5: Poor, 4: Very poor. 3: Terrible day at office. 2: Abysmal. 1: One of worst performances you've seen.

Matt Macey had little chance with Aberdeen’s goal and beyond that didn’t have a lot else to do. His save from Ryan Hedges early on was fairly routine and the Dons didn’t really test him after that. 6/10

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Paul McGinn returned to the starting line-up as one of three changes to the defence. Dind’t do an awful lot wrong and tried to link up with Boyle on the right in the second half. 6

Darren McGregor came in for Nathan Wood and although he generally had a good game, the positioning of both centre-halves left a lot to be desired at the goal and his red card was needless. 5

Paul Hanlon, like McGregor, had a fairly solid game in defence but might have expected to have had a busier time from Aberdeen’s forwards. 6

Lewis Stevenson replaced Doig on the left. Cross from Calvin Ramsay came from his side and he might have done more to prevent the ball coming in. 5

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Chris Cadden was sacrificed at the interval for Jamie Murphy but didn’t have a great deal of joy down the right in the first half. 5

Jake Doyle-Hayes and Joe Newell often looked a bit overrun in midfield. Feels like the side could benefit from a third body in the middle of the park. 6

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Jamie Gullan was handed a rare start and although he plugged away in attack, couldn’t find any openings. 6

Martin Boyle as usual looked like Hibs’ main threat. Had two chances in the first half from a more central role but still caused problems on the right flank in the second half. 6

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Kevin Nisbet – sumptuous pass in the first half set up Boyle and came close to connecting with Jamie Murphy’s cross in the second. Definitely looks happier with support up top. 6

Jamie Murphy provided more of a threat on the left but ultimately couldn’t influence the final result. 6

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Scott Allan replaced Gullan for the final half-hour but was unable to fashion any of those killer passes into opportunities for the forwards. 6

Drey Wright entered the fray for the final few minutes. Came close to a late equaliser with a header. 6