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Kilmarnock's Dario del Fabro celebrates scoring his late equaliser  at Easter Road. Picture: Rob Casey/SNS

Losing late goals a bad habit for Hibs

Chris Maxwell described Kilmarnock’s last-gasp equaliser as a sickener and few Hibernian fans will have disputed that description as they trudged out of the ground lamenting the same old frailties that troubled them earlier in the campaign but looked to have been banished in the past few games.

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Dario del Fabro celebrates his late equaliser for Kilmarnock at Easter Road. Picture: Rob Casey / SNS

Hibs 2-2 Kilmarnock: Late sucker punch opens up old wounds

In his first couple of games, Hibs managed to weather any storms and get themselves out the other side with all three points. But, yesterday, against a Kilmarnock side who only really started playing when the home side moved two goals in front, Jack Ross’s side succumbed to some old, bad habits.

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