World News – GB – Hearts 1-0 Inverness CT: Jamie Walker’s penalty wins season opener – highlights and action


How Hibs gladly checked the deadline day early – while watching Allan Campbell – into a hugely successful transfer window

In a new era at Tynecastle Park as Robbie Neilson begins his second stint as coach, the Jam Tarts clinched a 1-0 win over John Robertson’s Inverness CT team in the Group A opener of the Betfred Cup

With the changes, Walker and Naismit are now attackers with Roberts and Ginnelly alongside Halliday and Lee

Andy Irving and Craig Wighton are replaced by Andy Halliday and Jordan Roberts for their debut

Jamie Brandon made his way into the box after a cross from the right came to nothing The ball bounced back and his powerful shot was brilliantly knocked down by Ridgers

We have to start with Craig Gordon stopping Daniel Mackay’s effort It was absolutely amazing, the experienced keeper throwing his arm out like he had a premonition as to where this was going This is the last incredible moment of the goalkeeper in a top Hearts, his appearance tonight comes exactly 18 years to the day of his debut

Going forward, Josh Ginnelly has been a positive and consistent balloon His pace and power has been too great for the ICT defense publicity to create a few openings with a variety of crossovers

The best player in a Top Hearts so far has been Andy Irving A real urge to get on the ball, lift his head and move it forward He’s the player the team should be built around

Inverness showed a lot and caused some dangerous moments that will give Neilson pause. Just like the positioning of Walker and Naismith The team does not actually play with a left side

An ICT corner finds a lone player at the far post but everyone misses the return effort through the goal

At the other end, Ginnelly creates a shooting opportunity but her fierce shots fly over the bar

Walker’s fantastic play saw him place Ginnelly to the right, the winger intercepted and caught up with Irving but a blocked brilliant denied what looked like a certain goal

A severed bullet from Brandon freed Ginnelly on the right, his cross found Walker whose effort appeared to touch the hand of an ICT defender The ball found its way to Wighton but his effort shook the bar

At the other end of the park, a free kick from Irving is encountered by Halkett but he heads just above

Heart of Midlothian FC, Caledonian Chardon of Inverness FC, Robbie Neilson, Jamie Walker

World news – GB – Hearts 1-0 Inverness CT: Jamie Walker’s penalty wins the first game of the season – highlights and action


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