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Summary

  1. Horgan scores first Hibs goal in stoppage-time
  2. Mallan gets Hibs' second equaliser after Mullin restored County's lead
  3. Gray levelled after Gardyne gave County surprise opener
  4. Quarter-final draw: Rangers v Ayr, St Johnstone v Celtic, Hearts v Motherwell, Hibs v Aberdeen
  5. Ties played 25/26 September
  6. Morelos hat trick eases Rangers past Kilmarnock
  7. GET INVOLVED #bbcsportscot

Live Reporting

All times stated are UK

  1. Bye for now

    Ross County were so close to a second shock of the second round in front of 8,400 fans at Easter Road.

    But in the end, there is only one Championship side in the quarter-finals of the Scottish League Cup.

    After their fine win away to top-flight Dundee yesterday, Ayr were handed a big pay day but a an even more difficult tie away to Rangers.

    Hibs' reward for beating County is perhaps the tie of the round at home to Aberdeen.

    Holders Celtic take on St Johnstone, while Hearts host Motherwell.

    Scottish League Cup quarter-final draw

    Hearts v Motherwell

    Hibernian v Aberdeen

    Rangers v Ayr United

    St Johnstone v Celtic

    Ties to be played 25/26 September

  2. Horgan and Mallan earn Lennon praise

    FT: Hibernian 3-2 Ross County

    Hibs head coach Neil Lennon was delighted to progress to the quarter-finals.

    "We made hard work of it," he told BBC Scotland. "I changed the team and the formation, so I took a bit of a calculated risk, but we changed it back and it paid off."

    Lennon paid tribute to match winner Daryl Horgan, his new signing from Preston, for his winning goal.

    "I was delighted with his performance for his home debut," he said.

    "He was excellent and Stevie Mallan has been inspirational since he came here and it was a quality goal to get us back into the game."

    Neil Lennon in the Hibs stand
    Image caption: Neil Lennon's touchline ban meant he watched from the stand
  3. County 'proved a point'

    FT: Hibernian 3-2 Ross County

    Ross County co-manager Stuart Kettlewell tells BBC Radio Scotland: "The boys are disappointed by the manner of losing it and because what they put in the game.

    "We had plenty of chances and we felt we looked strong physically and mentally at the time we lose the goals.

    "It is a difficult one to take and we feel we could have got more from the game.

    "We can't criticise the players and we feel they proved a point after the disappointment of relegation last season.

    "We take the defeat on the chin and take the positives out of it."

    Steven Ferguson and
    Image caption: Stuart Kettlewell (right) is proud of his players
  4. 'County lost it trying to win it'

    FT: Hibernian 3-2 Ross County

    John Hughes

    Former Hibernian manager on Sportsound

    Quote Message: Ross County lost it trying to win it. They were at it and on the front foot. I think it [Hibs' winning goal] was from a County corner and Hibs went up the park and got the winning goal
  5. Gerrard's red card for plastic

    FT: Kilmarnock 1-3 Rangers

    Earlier, Rangers moved into the quarter-finals with a 3-1 win over Kilmarnock, but manager Steven Gerrard has had a go at the host's artificial playing surface.

    Rangers winger Jamie Murphy was stretchered off with a knee injury and Gerrard has suggested that top-flight football should not be played on such pitches.

    Rangers manager Steven Gerrard watches Jamie Murphy being stretchered off
  6. 'Hibs deserved it'

    FT: Hibernian 3-2 Ross County

    John Hughes

    Former Hibernian manager on Sportsound

    Quote Message: It was important that Hibs got back to winning after their Europa League defeat. Lennie will be relieved, but I thought they deserved to win today
  7. Hibs 'edged' impressive County

    FT: Hibernian 3-2 Ross County

    Billy Dodds

    Former Scotland striker on Sportsound

    Quote Message: Ross County were pressing to find a winner themselves. They brought so much to the party, but on chances created, Hibs maybe edged it
    Daryl Horgan fires Hibs into the quarter-finals
    Image caption: Daryl Horgan fired Hibs into the quarter-finals
    David Gray and Daryl Horgan celebrate
    Image caption: David Gray and Daryl Horgan both scored for Hibs
  8. Gritty win thanks to a classy finish

    Hibernian 3-2 Ross County

    Alasdair Lamont

    BBC Sport Scotland at Easter Road

    What a fabulous 90 minutes and extra-time was the least Ross County deserved. However, you don’t always get what you deserve in football. A cruel lesson for County’s young management team, but a hugely encouraging performance from them. An important win for Hibs at the end of a tough week.

  9. FULL-TIME Hibernian 3-2 Ross County

    Hibs come back twice from behind to book a home tie against Aberdeen in the quarter-finals of the Scottish League Cup.

    Championship leaders County are made to pay for failing to consolidate their leads. They were ahead for five minutes the first time and only six the second.

    Hibs head coach Neil Lennon had gambled with six changes from Thursday's Europa League defeat by Molde and it paid off - if only just.

    The Edinburgh side paid out to buy Daryl Horgan from Preston last week and the Republic of Ireland winger has rewarded them with a fine winning goal.

    Ross County's Michael Gardyne is left disappointed
    Image caption: Michael Gardyne opened the scoring for County but was left disappointed at the end
  10. YELLOW CARD Steven Whittaker

    Hibernian 3-2 Ross County

    Hibs defender Steven Whittaker is booked for a bad challenge as the home side look to play out time.

  11. Post update

    Hibernian 3-2 Ross County

    We have four minutes of stoppage time, but the odds are heavily in favour of Hibs progressing to that quarter-final tie at home to Aberdeen.

  12. GOAL Hibernian 3-2 Ross County

    Daryl Horgan

    Just as it looks like we are heading for extra time, Hibs break clear.

    David Gray makes a dummie run for Daryl Horgan and the Republic of Ireland winger curls his drive into the far corner.

  13. Post update

    Hibernian 2-2 Ross County

    We're into the final minute and County have a corner.

  14. 'Hibs committing themselves'

    Hibernian 2-2 Ross County

    Billy Dodds

    Former Scotland striker on Sportsound

    Quote Message: County have Hibs where they want them. They know Hibs will come forward and that is leaving space
  15. Graham on for McManus

    Hibernian 2-2 Ross County

    County make a change up front and on comes Brian Graham, who seems to have made a career as a substitute, replacing Declan McManus

  16. Mullin and Mallan

    Hibernian 2-2 Ross County

    Josh Mullin, with his third goal of the season, put County 2-1 ahead from the penalty spot.

    But Hibs were quickly back level through Stevie Mallan.

    Ross County celebrate Josh Mullin's goal
    Image caption: Josh Mullin (right) put Ross County 2-1 ahead
  17. Post update

    Hibernian 2-2 Ross County

    Worry for County as substitute Stelios Demetriou goes down holding his ankle.

    He's only been on a few minutes and the summer signing from St Mirren could be forced off.

  18. Post update

    Hibernian 2-2 Ross County

    County midfielder Ross Draper is living on thin ice as he commits another foul after his early yellow card.

    Referee Kevin Clancy tells him it is his last warning.

  19. YELLOW CARD Don Cowie

    Hibernian 2-2 Ross County

    County debutant Don Cowie is booked for pulling back Daryl Horgan.

  20. Post update

    Hibernian 2-2 Ross County

    County are forced into a change and the injured Marcus Fraser is replaced with Cyprus full-back Stelios Demetriou.