Just managed to squeeze that reaction in from Robbie Neilson. Join us for Aberdeen's tie tomorrow night.
- Europa League qualifying, first round
- Hearts win 4-2, 6-3 on aggregate
- Goals from Callum Paterson and Igor Rossi in first 10 mins
- Alim Ozturk makes it three before Rossi scores fourth
- Hosts score through Ozturk own goal and Vladimir Voskoboinikov strike
- Birkirkara of Malta await winner
"We knew that we could get at them if we put crosses into the box.
The work-rate was fantastic, yet we are still in the middle of pre-season.
"Jack Hamilton has stitches in his head and will struggle for next week.
"I thought it was a terrible challenge on him.
"Birkirkara have some good players and gave West Ham a tough time last year, so it will be a difficult tie for us."
Next up, though, are Aberdeen tomorrow evening. With the Dons leading 3-1 from the first leg in Scotland, Derek McInnes' side are favourites to go through to the second qualifying round of the Europa League.
Join us for live coverage to see if that is how it pans out.
Lincoln Red Imps still lead Flora Tallinn 1-0 at half time, so they are going through on away goals if it stays that way and Celtic could be heading for Gibraltar next week in the second qualifying round of the Champions League.
- Quote Message: It is an excellent piece of work for Robbie Neilson's men. A wonderful result and they go marching on to Malta next week. I worry a wee bit about Jamie Walker as he's still limping, but he was magnificent from Allan Preston BBC Radio Scotland pundit
- Quote Message: I thought Liam Smith did really well at left-back and Jamie Walker, on his game, is as good as anyone in Scotland and his deliveries were magnificent. It is a great result away from home in Europe from Billy Brown Former Hearts assistant on BBC Radio Scotland
Hearts are away in the first leg of the second qualifying round next Thursday, when they travel to Malta to face Birkirkara. Malta is a wee island, but the same team gave West Ham United a tough time last season and only went out on penalties to the English Premier League side.
Aberdeen have travelled to Luxembourg without Northern Ireland international Niall McGinn, who has been given a week off after his Euro 2016 exploits with Northern Ireland.
McGinn scored in the 3-1 Europa League first leg win over Fola Esch and Dons manager Derek McInnes must be fairly confident of their progress.Copyright: SNS
Infonet midfielder Haminu Draman is booked for a late challenge on Juanma. Bruising introduction for the big striker.
Hearts midfielder Arnaud Djoum limps off with an injury, with striker Juanma coming on. Aleksandr Kulinitis replaced Aleksandr Volodin in Infonet's defence a couple of minutes ago.
Jack Hamilton takes a goal kick with his head heavily bandaged, while Ofosu Appiah carries on after a tongue lashing from Hearts head coach Robbie Neilson, who is obviously unhappy with the Ghanaian's challenge on the goalkeeper.
Joseph Chipolina scores a penalty after 15 minutes to give the home side the lead and level the tie at 2-2 on aggregate. Flora at the moment are still set to face Celtic in the next round on the away goals rule if the score stays the same.
A stretcher is being called for. It looks like Infonet's Ofosu Appiah is the man being taken from the field. Hearts goalkeeper Jack Hamilton is having his head bandaged.
Jevgeni Harin, who scored for Infonet in the first leg, slides in to meet a low cross and his looping effort hits the crossbar. Infonet's Ofosu Appiah clashes with Hearts goalkeeper Jack Hamilton as they go for the loose ball and both are left in a heap on the floor nursing injuries.
It is Prince Buaben's turn to be wrapped in cotton wool, with the Hearts midfielder coming off and John Souttar taking his place.
BBC Scotland summariser
"It is right to take Jamie Walker off and wrap him up for next week. He's had a couple of heavy challenges. He's been sensational, he's been the best player on the park. He has been involved in all four goals."
Jamie Walker has been excellent for Hearts, but the forward is given a rest with the tie well won, being replaced with Sam Nicholson.
Not so good news for Scottish interest at Wimbledon, Jamie Murray and partner Bruno Soares being knocked out at the quarter-final stage of the doubles, going down 6-4, 6-4, 6-7, 6-7, 10-8 to Julien Benneteau and Edouard Roger-Vasselin.
However, wee brother Andy has just taken the first set of his singles quarter-final against Jo-Wilfried Tsonga, although it was a bit of a struggle before the Dunblane lad came through after a tie break.Copyright: SNS