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Thursday, 15 December 2011

Hearts v Dunfermline Online Free Live Stream Clydesdale Bank Premier League Preview -17 Dec-2011,15:00 CET

Hearts v Dunfermline Online Free Live Stream Clydesdale Bank Premier League Preview -17 Dec-2011,15:00 CET Nick Phinn and Joe Cardle (with two) netted the goals early in the second period after the Tynecastle side controlled a decent chunk of the first.Watch Hearts v Dunfermline Live Stream Online Clydesdale Bank Premier League 2011 Video Free The match will take plcae at the in on Saturday 17/17/11 Preview Pictures and Wallpapers its mean all things are available in my blog please see and check here for latest things for you thanks.Watch Free Hearts v Dunfermline Stream Free Online Video Of Clydesdale Bank Premier League Saturday,17 Dec-2011 Kickoff and Time Table scheduled for 15:00 CET.Clydesdale Bank Premier League ,Watch Video Online Live Stream,Watch Hearts v Dunfermline Live Streaming Video ,Hearts v Dunfermline Stream,Hearts v Dunfermline Live free,Hearts v Dunfermline Streaming,Hearts v Dunfermline Live, Watch Hearts v Dunfermline online,Hearts v Dunfermline online, Hearts v Dunfermline Results,Clydesdale Bank Premier League Fixtures.By full-time Jim McIntyre's side were good value for the victory.
Calum Elliot's solitary goal for Hearts in the dying embers of the contest was mere consolation.
It must be said that David Templeton was magnificent for long spells of the first half- and but for some wayward finishing and poor decision making the score might have been very different.
It wasn't though, and although the result was disappointing, Jim Jefferies will be remaining pragmatic ahead of this week's trip to England to face Gillingham and Millwall.
Hearts first opportunity came after just two minutes, the three-pronged attack of Obua and Elliot combining well to set up David Templeton who blasted just wide from 20 yards.
It was Dunfermline who forced the first save of the contest, though. Jamie MacDonald had to look lively to dive low to his left and push Steven McDougall's drilled shot around the post.
David Templeton was involved in everything good about Hearts in the opening 45. He nearly smashed home the opening goal ten minutes in. The winger's first touch off the left was glorious, and his run and shot was inches from perfection. Allison looked on agonisingly as the 20-year-old's shot screeched past the post.
If Templeton was the danger man for Hearts then McDougall represented the Pars' biggest threat and he should have put the home side ahead on 15 minutes. Pat Clarke set up the striker, inadvertently, and with Jamie MacDonald committed the Dunfermline forward inexplicably poked his effort wide with the goal gaping.
Adrian Mrowiec then wasted his big opportunity to strike from just outside the area having been set up by Templeton. The Polish midfielder's effort was wildly off target.
Moments later Templeton chose a better option, pulling back a dangerous cross which defender Neil McGregor thumped clear with Obua ready to tap home from a couple of yards.
Templeton then went for another "sighter", curling close once again. His enthusiasm and energy was perhaps reflecting the confidence the youngster is enjoying under Jim Jefferies - who rates the lad big time. This was certainly the David Templeton show.
And Temps came close to setting up David Obua for the opener 12 minutes before the interval. This time it was good old fashioned wing play from the left, and an in-swinging right-foot cross which the Ugandan international headed wide. Great chance, no doubt.
Hearts first switch of the night was unplanned, David Obua forced off the field with a knock to be replaced by Suso, who immediately lined up alongside Elliot up top.
At half-time Jim Jefferies introduced Ryan McGowan and Ian Black for Craig Thomson and Adrian Mrowiec.
No sooner had they taken to the field and the Pars had taken the lead. Nick Phinn was the scorer, turning home at the back post with a powerful drive which left Jamie MacDonald with no chance.
Kari Arkivuo, who had looked reasonable for a first appearance on trial, nearly equalised a minute later, but his effort was well blocked with the 1,300 supporters in the away end on their feet to acclaim the goal.
And three minutes later the men in maroon came agonisingly close to scoring when Elliot, through on goal, squared for the onrushing Templeton at the back post only to see McGregor clear. Calum might have been better to thump a shot at Allison such was the time and space afforded to him.
The third goal from Joe Cardle would have disappointed Jamie MacDonald. The winger dashed in off the left and hammered a shot that appeared to go straight through the goalkeeper, not that the former Clyde man was bothered as he wheeled away to celebrate.
Unsurprisingly the game died away after that given the score, and the usual flurry of substitutions.
Templeton might have had a spot kick, for sure, but referee John McKendrick waved away, and then Joe Cardle blasted wide as he chased a hat-trick.
Cardle, unquestionably by now nicking Temp's wing-king mantle, went on to become provider, setting up Paul Willis who left MacDonald scrambling with a powerful shot.
And even when an open goal (well, virtually) came, Hearts could not capitalise. Suso through on Allison down the inside right channel could not find Elliot or Novikovas as Dunfermline played their get-out-of-jail card.
The goal for Hearts did come six minutes from time when Calum Elliot glanced home David Templeton's cross for a consolation. It was rich reward for Templeton, more than anything, for his delivery reflected the one big positive for Jim Jefferies on a difficult night.
Dunfermline: Allison; Woods (Dowie, 46), McCann (Keddie, 46), Thomson, McGregor, Higgins, Willis, Phinn (White, 71), McDougall (Mason, 71), Clarke (Kirk, 71), Cardle. Subs not used: Smith (GK).
Hearts: MacDonald; C Thomson (McGowan, 46), Barr, Zaliukas, Jonsson; Arkivuo (Novikovas, 57), Mrowiec (Black, 46), Stevenson (Bouzid, 72); Elliot, Obua (Suso, 41), Templeton. Subs not used: Kello, Kucharski.

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