20 iconic Hearts and Hibs derby moments from the past 20 years

Twenty images showing the most dramatic moments in the Edinburgh derby over the past 20 years.

By The Newsroom
Saturday, 6th April 2019, 6:30 am
Dean Shiels was sent off for barging into Craig Gordon seconds after scoring a penalty. Hearts would win this clash 3-2 on Boxing Day, 2006.
Leigh Griffiths (not pictured) sees his free-kick hit the bar and cross the line - but the officials fail to spot it. The two sides would draw 0-0 in March 2013.
Paul Hartley nets the second of his three goals as Hearts beat Hibs 4-0 in the 2006 Scottish Cup semi-final.

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Hearts' unbeaten start to the 2005/06 season comes to an end at Easter Road as Guillaume Beuzelin and Garry O'Connor (pictured) score in a 2-0 Hibs win.
Franck Sauzee lifts John O'Neil after the latter scores Hibs' 5th in their 6-2 victory over Hearts in October 2000.
Ten-man Hibs defeat their rivals 1-0 through a last-minute Garry O'Connor winner in August 2003.
Hearts overcome a late 1-0 deficit to win 2-1 at Easter Road in November 2011. Phil Stamp netted the injury-time winner.
Rudi Skacel puts Hearts 2-0 up in the 2012 Scottish Cup final.
Pa Kujabi sees red after conceding a penalty in the same match. Hearts convert the spot-kick and go on to win 5-1.
David Obua celebrates after netting an injury-time winner at Easter Road in May 2010.
Derek Riordan confronts a pitch invader after netting the only goal as an undermanned Hibs defeat Hearts at Tynecastle in May 2009.
Saulius Mikoliunas sees red in October 2006. Despite going down to ten men, and an early 2-0 deficit, Hearts manage to dig out a 2-2 draw.
Kenny Miller nets Hibs' third as the visitors defeat Hearts 3-0 at Tynecastle in December 1999.
Hibs fans respond to Craig Levein's "natural order" comments after a 2-0 win for the hosts in March 2018.
Further goal-line controversy as Oli Shaw's effort crosses the line but isn't awarded in a 0-0 draw at Tynecastle in December 2017.
Graham Weir scores twice deep into injury time to cap off an unbelievable 4-4 draw at Tynecastle in January 2003.
Mark de Vries scores four goals on his Tynecastle debut in August 2002 to help sink Hibs as the hosts run out 5-1 winners.
Hibs come from 2-0 down late, with Paul Hanlon grabbing the equaliser, to force a replay at Easter Road in the 2016 Scottish Cup.
Jason Cummings scores the game's only goal as Hibs eliminate their rivals in the Scottish Cup. They'd go on to win the trophy for the first time in 114 years.
Hearts maintain their unbeaten start to the 2014/15 Championship season as Alim Ozturk scores an incredible, 40-yard, injury-time screamer at Easter Road.