That was sweet revenge for the travesty of the opening game of the season.
We were never in danger and really should have been out of sight.
My boy George ( see what I did there?) had a great game, obviously got bored of waiting for something to happen and decided to make something happen instead.
The first time he went in a run and at least drew a save, he then somehow cocked up a free header, but then went on another run, leaving defenders in his wake and creating the goal.
He could possibly have had a tap-in in the second half, if Daniel had opted to cross instead of shoot.
There was a palpable buzz around the ground when Daniel came on, a bit crazy the impact that this young lad has, but he's fearless, direct, and things happen when he's on the pitch.
He had a mad few minutes, shot saved (should have squared it), got booked, then failed to connect with another cross. His best chance was when somehow we ended up 3 v 2 but the keeper made a great save, from a difficult angle.
I'd love to see him and George get a full 90 minutes together. I suspect it would be carnage.
Austin - jury is out for me. Showed some good touches, by all accounts his effort was going in before Oakley "intervened". But - he's made of crisps. Pretty sure he was hobbling about prior to being subbed?
I'm bemused by the vitriol from certain North Standers to Vigurs. Sure, he might not be quite as good as he thinks he is, and a lot of stuff doesn't come off, but pretty much everything comes through him. He bossed the cup final, and he was never far from the action last night.
Donaldson, Warren and Ridgers were solid, and we never looked like we were going to let them score.
I was surprised to see that Utd edged the possession, because we were so comfortable, I'd have had it at least 60/40 in our favour, apparently not.
Who cares, 1-0, job done, let's do St Mirren.