That was a disappointing performance today and obviously a disappointing result.
The first half was competitive. Both teams were pretty evenly matched.
After our opener in the 2nd half, it was almost like we thought the game was done, we seemed to switch of psychologically, and when they equalised, it seemed to totally derail us.
It was pretty much the exact same as the game at Ibrox, when our equaliser totally broke them, but today it was the other way around.
I’m not going to get in to individual performances in this article, apart from Bobby Madden, who was atrocious today.
How Lunstrum got away without a booking today is frightening, because he should have had at least two yellows and been off.
Another disappointed part that I will touch on though is that after just completing 120 minutes against Braga and having to do the same against us today, they were the fresher team, and that is worrying.
We had all week to recover from the game against St Johnstone and prepare for this one.
Serious questions need asked on this.
Now, for some positivity. That Sevco team are very good. There is no point in saying they aren’t. They went undefeated in the league last season and are in the final of the Scottish Cup and Semi-Final of the Europa League.
They have also beaten us twice this season.
So if we actually see this out and win the league, in Ange Postecoglou’s first season, with practically a whole new team with a whole new style of football, that would be unbelievable. It would be a tremendous achievement.
And it sure looks like that is what is going to happen.
Listen, I’m not one for saying it is over when we still need to play them again and a couple of other tough away games, but I am confident we will see it through.
If we secure the double this season, really, it is up there with some of the trebles we have won in recent season, it really is, perhaps better, because we are up against a beast of a team, that have developed into winners over time.
If we can prove that we are better than them over the entire season, We should be given immense credit for a magnificent achievement.