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Inverness CT manager Richie Foran: "It's going to be harder but it's not impossible. There are still 12 points up for grabs. It's a tough task now. I can see some of the players are low in confidence. We have too many nice guys in our team, I need nasty. I have to look at my signings. I should have signed a couple of warriors, a couple of real men. We need to win the four games."
We'll have highlights of the match on the BBC Sport website at midnight. We're just waiting to bring you the post-match thoughts of Richie Foran.
Ross County manager Jim McIntyre: "It was a very important evening and it was so important to get that first goal. Gardyne and Dow had very important jobs, in terms of getting the balance right between tucking in defensively and also being a threat. Pivotal to us winning this match was the partnership between Liam Boyce and Craig Curran. They were just so difficult to deal with. It helps get you up the pitch when the strikers can hold the ball up. We spoke about the need to get crosses into the box because we know they don't deal with that well. It was a real team performance tonight. We're sitting in seventh place, hopefuilly results go our way tomorrow. There is still a lot of work to be done. We won't finish in the bottom spot but there is still a realistic chance of being dragged into a play-off. We need to make sure that focus is the same when we go down to Motherwell next week."
Former ICT player and manager Charlie Christie: "It's a really, really awful night for Caley Thistle and it hurts me to say it, but this has been coming. I've been there since day one, I've coached from under-nines to the first team. It's been coming. I need to watch what I'm saying because I'm an employee of the club, but it's disappointing."
BBC Scotland commentator Liam McLeod: "Those four goals have taken Liam Boyce up to 20 in the Premiership, 21 overall, at the top of the table with Scott Sinclair of Celtic. Boyce and Sinclair have scored three more than Moussa Dembele, a player who has been valued at £40m."
Ross County scorer Liam Boyce: "It was just an all-round good performance. To be honest, I don't score goals unless crosses are getting put in to the box. I just know he (Michael Gardyne) is going to drop the shoulder and whip the ball into the box. No-one can live with how quick it is and the change of direction. I just have to make a movement. I think we completely dominated."
Michael Gardyne: "That is four or five times this season we have bullied them. It is a great result. We knew if we won we'd be 11 points away from Caley. When you're in the bottom six the task is to finish seventh so we will go and make sure we finish best of the rest."
Well, Inverness need other teams, especially Dundee, to have a stinker of a run-in so that they might avoid the automatic relegation spot. They are in deep trouble.Copyright: BBC
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Liam Boyce was approaching double figures in Highland derbies this season. His withdrawal was perhaps the only thing that prevented that.
It's turned into a horrendous night for Inverness. How Richie Foran lifts his side from this who knows?
Ryan Esson gets a strong hand to Michael Gardyne's fizzing shot as he palms it his left and to safety.
Inverness are knocking long balls up to Billy Mckay when they occasionally win possession, but the little striker has no chance against the County defence and the hosts are able to quickly regain control.
This is excruciating for Caley Thistle fans. They have eight more minutes to endure. County are knocking the ball about with ease against the 10 men.
On BBC Radio Scotland's Sportsound, Charlie Christie: "I don't think I've ever, in 23 years, encountered Ross County fans being in a position to "ole" Caley Thistle. It's usually the opposite. You just want the game to finish. It'a a really difficult time."
Earlier, TV replays showed that Jake Mulraney was very fortunate not to be sent off for an off-the-ball incident in which he appeared to try to head-butt Michael Gardyne.
Those four goals by Liam Boyce have taken his tally to 21 for the season. That is a very impressive return for a team in the bottom half of the Premiership table.
Charlie Christie tells BBC Radio Scotland listeners: "What concerned me is our two centre-backs being so young. We're in a relegation fight - we've got a 19-year-old and 22-year-old, I think, in the centre of our defence. It's a big ask for these young guys. Jamie McCart will hopefully go on and have a great career but to be in a relegation battle with so little experience is a huge ask."