HIBERNIAN manager Pat Fenlon insists his side are not out of their Europa League second qualifying round tie against Malmo despite going down to a first-leg defeat in Sweden.
Strikes by Jiloan Hamad and Magnus Eriksson put the hosts two goals ahead within the opening 13 minutes.
But Easter Road manager Fenlon believes a noisy home crowd in the Leith return next Thursday can inspire his men to an incredible comeback.
The Irishman said: “It was a hard game for us. They are a decent side. In fitness and sharpness, they are a mile ahead of us.
“But we will be hoping that we can pack [Easter Road] out and get the supporters behind us. We had a great travelling crowd with us tonight.
“We need to score the first goal and get the place rocking. I’ve seen it before. That can change the mindset of everybody. If we can nick the first goal, then we will be well in the game.”