'Why was that goal disallowed', 'Gave them too much respect' - Hibs fans react to Rangers defeat

Martin Boyle of Hibs competes for the ball with Rangers' Connor GoldsonMartin Boyle of Hibs competes for the ball with Rangers' Connor Goldson
Martin Boyle of Hibs competes for the ball with Rangers' Connor Goldson
Hibs fans were frustrated after another game against Rangers in which they competed but left empty-handed.

Joe Aribo scored the opener on 20 minutes before Ryan Kent doubled the lead on the hour mark. Kevin Nisbet’s 78th-minute header offered Hibs hope but the Gers held on.

Jack Gillies said: “We came back along the M8 empty handed today unfortunately. We weren’t clinical enough; Rangers took their chances, we didn’t, and we had a perfectly fine goal disallowed which was unfortunate. We gave a decent account of ourselves and were unlucky.”

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Mark Smith added: “Thought Hibs had plenty chances today and on another day could easily have had 2 or 3. Hanlon and Porteous were excellent. Also why was that goal disallowed?”

Paul Welsh wrote: “Porteous played well, and hopefully Hibs get better results, from now on compared to last game in G51.”

Jordan Brown opined: “Two poor goals to give away from our point of view and too much respect given to them at times as well. Nisbet looking back to his best and a well deserved goal. Porteous outstanding as well.”

Mick Granley pointed out: “Twelve without a win over Rangers now.”

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Steve McKenzie saw red, or rather, yellow: “Disappointed not to get something. Main point I want to make though is can we start wearing our green and white strip when there’s clearly no kit clash?”

Euan Wilson added: “We scored a perfectly legitimate goal that was disallowed from a corner, and our goal came from a cross into the box from open play. I felt we had the better of the aerial battle today and for me if anything should’ve exploited more.”

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