Scottish Premiership: Hearts lose from Kilmarnock, St Johnstone to fourth place

Last modification: 10/11/18 17:19 hours

Kilmarnock's Ross Millen celebrates his goal

Kilmarnock's Ross Millen celebrates his goal

Kilmarnock made their first win at Tynecastle in five years after Ross Millen had beaten the only goal to beat Hearts 1-0.

Steve Clarke's side had spent most of the second half on the back foot before Millen found it in the 73rd minute.

Harten, who for the first time this season for the first time from the Premiership Summit are put Celtic Sunday at least a point at Livingston, had looked lively, but had difficulty to create clear opportunities.

St Johnstone earned himself a fifth consecutive Scottish premier ship victory with an extended 4-0 hammering of Hamilton.

Murray Davidson got the ball rolling for Saints with his 20-minute opener and the Perth outfit doubled their advantage by the break thanks to what seemed to be a goal of Ziggy Gordon.

A third of Matt Kennedy just nine minutes in the second period ended the expectations that Accies possibly had of a comeback.

Tommy Wright's men remained steadfast at the back to make sure they earned a fifth clean slate and added a fourth with 16 minutes left thanks to a David Wotherspoon tapping, which led the Saints to fourth.

Kenny Miller & # 39; s first goal for bottom Dundee gave them a 1-1 Premiership draw against fellow fighters St Mirren at the Kilmac Stadium.

Saints attacker Simeon Jackson scored from the spot in the 21st minute before the dark blue skipper, who in August after a brief period as Livingston player / manager signed for the Tayside club, in the 36th minute in a deserved leveler drove.

The side of Jim McIntyre also had the best of the second half, but could not find a winner, so the Dundee boss was looking for his first victory after five parties in charge and still at the bottom of the table, a point behind the side of Paisley.

The Buddies have not won a league game since the opening day of the season and have gone nine games without a win under boss Oran Kearney and both teams continue their search for form.

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