Date: 8th February 2015 at 5:03pm
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Hearts’ supremacy in the Championship was underlined as two late goals helped us to a win that opens up a 19-point gap on Rangers – those late goals were just as well as a spirited Livingston fightback could have seen them potentially beat us otherwise.

A draw was looking on at the Alondvale Stadium on Saturday but two goals in two-minutes late in the second half set us on our way to a three-two win in the end, even though we ended with 10-men….

FC Groningen loanee Zeefuik (4) got us off to a flying start with his fourth goal in four-games as he got onto the end of a punt from the ‘keeper to give us the lead, one-goal was enough at the break.

Appeals for offside were waved away shortly after the break when we were pegged back, claims that Sives (52) was offside weren’t upheld with him getting in at the back post to level for Livingston.

Both sides had chances but it was Anderson (82) that marked his debut from the bench with a crucial breakthrough eight-minutes from time with a goal when he headed home King’s cross and two-minutes later King set up Walker (84) who added our third.

Deep into injury-time McKay, who had only just came on, was shown a straight red for a foul on Hippolyte, which allowed Jacobs (90+4) to score from the spot but it was too late with us seeing out a three-two win.

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