Inverness CT 1 - 3 Hibernian

Scottish Cup - 5th Round
Saturday, February 10th, 2024, 3:00 PM at Caledonian Stadium
Attendance: 3,837
Referee: Colin Steven
Inverness CT  Hibernian

Goalscorers
Aaron Doran (95)
Myziane Maolida (55)
Martin Boyle (79)
Élie Youan (89)

Team Managers
Duncan Ferguson Nick Montgomery

Starting Eleven
Mark Ridgers
Cameron Harper
James Carragher
Remi Savage
Jeremiah Chilokoa-Mullen
Cameron Kerr
Max Anderson
Charlie Gilmour
Sean McAllister
Nathan Shaw
Billy Mckay
David Marshall
Lewis Miller
Will Fish
Nectarios Triantis
Jordan Obita
Joe Newell
Luke Amos
Martin Boyle
Nathan Moriah-Welsh
Eliezer Mayenda
Myziane Maolida

Substitutes
Cameron Mackay
Nikola Ujdur
Morgan Boyes
Roddy MacGregor
Aaron Doran
Aribim Pepple
Adam Brooks
Austin Samuels
Paul Hanlon
Dylan Levitt
Elie Youan
Dylan Vente
Chris Cadden
Joseph Wollacott
Lewis Stevenson
Adam Le Fondre
Emiliano Marcondes

Substitutions
Aribim Pepple for Billy Mckay (63)
Morgan Boyes for Remi Savage (70)
Aaron Doran for Sean McAllister (70)
Nikola Ujdur for Jeremiah Chilokoa-Mullen (70)
Roddy MacGregor for James Carragher (91)
Dylan Levitt -> Luke Amos (45)
Élie Youan -> Eliezer Mayenda (45)
Adam Le Fondre replaces Myziane Maolida (62)
Emiliano Marcondes -> Nathan Moriah-Welsh (74)
Chris Cadden -> Lewis Miller (83)

Bookings
James Carragher (28)
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Red Cards
None. None.
Appearances & Goals To Date
Mark Ridgers (GK) 263 apps -
Cameron Kerr 3 apps -
Cameron Harper 147 apps9 goals
James Carragher 4 apps -
Remi Savage 3 apps -
Jeremiah Chilokoa-Mullen 3 apps -
Max Anderson 22 apps2 goals
Charlie Gilmour 30 apps2 goals
Sean McAllister 2 apps -
Nathan Shaw 75 apps13 goals
Billy Mckay 276 apps109 goals
Morgan Boyes (sub) 21 apps2 goals
Nikola Ujdur (sub) 18 apps1 goal
Aaron Doran (sub) 383 apps57 goals
Roddy MacGregor (sub) 106 apps6 goals
Aribim Pepple (sub) 2 apps -

Starting Lineup
Youngest Player:Jeremiah Chilokoa-Mullen (19 years 242 days)
Oldest Player:Billy Mckay (35 years 119 days)
Average Player Age:25 years 7 days
Domestic Players:6 (54.55 % of starting eleven)

Matchday Squad
Youngest Player:Jeremiah Chilokoa-Mullen (19 years 242 days)
Oldest Player:Billy Mckay (35 years 119 days)
Average Player Age:24 years 204 days
Domestic Players:9 (47.37 % of matchday squad)

First Team Debuts

Milestones

Second half collapse



Premiership Hibernian were between Inverness and a place in the quarter-finals of the Scottish Cup. The last time these sides lifted the Scottish Cup was in 2015 & 2016. We dipped our toes in the final last season losing out to Celtic and Hibs lost out to St Johnstone two years earlier. Neither side are taking their respective League tables by storm, so the break for a Scottish Cup encounter might do both sides some good. We had never beaten Hibs in four Cup encounters, including a replay. Alex Samuel was a major doubt with a fractured hand and was missing along with Danny Devine and Luis Longstaff who twisted his knee in training. Here's what happened this time... Having matched Hibs for almost an hour a massive deflection enabled Maolida to open the scoring. Slack defensive play set Martin Boyle on his way to double Hibs advantage before a late goal set up by Boyle saw Youan tap in. Game over but Aaron Doran notched an injury time consolation for Inverness.

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A North East wind chilled the stadium as kick-off approached but the home support were out in force with a large away crowd also in attendance. A fairly even first half where chances were at a premium with Hibs creating the better opportunites but neither keeper overly troubled. After the interval Hibs eased ahead when a shot from Maolida took a massive deflection to end up high in the net. Tough luck for the hosts but they were the architects of their own downfall at the first and second goals when we failed to clear our lines before Maolida's deflected shot and Boyle scored a second after an attempted clearance by Boyes. Boyle set up Youan for a tap in third. Credit to Aaron Doran for pulling one back with a superb volley but the game was long gone by then. Cammy Kerr hit the top of the crossbar with a looped header at 1-0 but in truth we saw too little action in the opposition box and paid the consequences of that.

Match report written by tm4tj



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