Hibs indifferent league form continued with a two goal defeat to second placed Rangers. This defeat makes it very difficult for Hibs to catch even fourth place although with a cup final and a semi final to come there is still plenty to smile about.
On Sunday it was two goalkeeping errors that seperated the sides. The first saw Simon Brown leave a huge gap at his left hand post which Charlie Adam picked off with no problem. That was after just four minutes, the second came after sixty minutes and saw a harmless shot from the same player trickle through Simon Browns legs and into the net.
This knocked the heart out of the Hibs support who from then on could hardly bring themselves to abuse Kevin Thompson who was returning to Easter Road for the first time in a Rangers jersey.
All in all a very disappointing result.
Next up for Hibs is Falkirk at home followed by the League Cup Final. We look forward to welcoming Sir Eski Kanka to Hampden for that game, his ticket is safely locked away from other Hibbees who are fighting for tickets.
C'mon the Hibs