It wasn’t a win in Dingwall, but it was certainly another performance to be proud of from the lads. Two goals down at half time from Christopher Routis and Jason Naismith, we came back fighting in the second half. A fantastic strike from Eamonn ‘the wolf’ Brophy and a deflected header from Boydy three minutes from time completed a spirited fightback and keeps us three points above our opponents. Here are four things to note from the game…
BROPHY ON THE BOIL
We were all a bit sceptical of this signing at the start of the season, but the wee man is turning in to quite the goal machine. He has now scored four goals in his last three games and seems to be forming quite a partnership with Boydy up front, which is something we have been lacking in recent years.
BOYDY NOT DONE YET
There has been much criticism of Kris Boyd this season, with many saying that he is well past his best. However, he is proving the doubters wrong in a huge way, as he is currently, rather unbelievably, the league’s fourth highest goalscorer with six goals. An unbelievable feat from the big man, long may it continue!
WE CAN MAKE A COMEBACK!
Coming back from two goals down is not something you would associate with a Killie team of recent years, but we seem to have that winning mentality now. It is definitely refreshing to see and may stop a few fans heading for the exits early for the rest of the season.
PROPS TO THE FANS
133 of the Killie faithful made the journey up to Dingwall, and every one of them deserves a medal. It takes a whole lot of guts and belief to travel there on a freezing Tuesday night in December, but they were well rewarded for their efforts. We are believing again!