Sunday 19th October 2014
SONS boss Ian Murray left Tynecastle yesterday disappointed at losing but full of praise for Hearts.
The 5-1 scoreline was perhaps a little harsh on Dumbarton, however Murray thought the Gorgie men were clinical.
“We were the last team to take something from them in the league, but they showed a killer instinct yesterday,” said Ian.
“Hearts are nine points ahead and no-one can argue with the league table.
“I’m disappointed a wee bit, but there is no point in dwelling on yesterday’s game. We have been unbeaten in six up until 4.45pm on Saturday, so one scoreline is not going to mean things are not working.
“We have a big game coming up next weekend against Rangers, and we now focus on that.”
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