Edinburgh claim historic win over Montrose at Links Park 6 Nov 2016 From the section Football Share this page Share this with Digg Facebook Google LinkedIn Reddit StumbleUpon Twitter Copy this link http://www.bbc.co.uk/sport/football/37888601 Read more about sharing. Edinburgh City players warm up for their Scottish League Two fixture against Montrose at Links Park. A home supporter pays his way in at Links Park. Fans buy matchday programmes inside the ground Montrose (in blue) and Edinburgh City emerge from the tunnel Edinburgh City go on the attack in search of their first league win since winning promotion from the Lowland League. Edinburgh City's Craig Beattie lands awkwardly, sustaining an injury that forces him to be replaced with Ross Allum. Supporters queue at the refreshment hut during half-time. Allum (centre) watches as Montrose clear the danger A foul on Allum results in a penalty, which City captain Dougie Gair (right) slams home before running away to celebrate. The main stand is silhouetted as the sun sets on Links Park. Edinburgh City celebrate their historic victory at the final whistle. City manager Gary Jardine (right) congratulates goalkeeper Andrew Stobie on a second successive clean sheet.