Ian Cathro stressed there is more to come from Hearts after last night’s narrow Betfred League Cup win over Elgin. Kyle Lafferty’s first competitive goal for the Edinburgh club secured a 1-0 victory at Borough Briggs in Group B of the new-look League Cup. Hearts’ performance was steady, but lacked the kind of creative spark needed to break down a well-organised Elgin defence. Lafferty produced a glancing header from substitute Rafal Grzelak’s cross on the hour mark to separate the sides.
This was a comfortable if unspectacular start to the new season for Hearts as Kyle Lafferty’s header secured victory in Elgin. The Betfred League Cup Group B tie was settled by the Northern Irishman after an hour on a night when the Premiership side struggled to break down their stubborn League Two hosts. Goalless at half-time, Hearts enjoyed the majority of possession without creating too many clear-cut scoring opportunities. That theme changed little after the interval.
While Ian Cathro stressed nothing has changed regarding the future of Hearts winger Jamie Walker, striker Esmael Goncalves admitted the 24-year-old would be irreplaceable if he joined Rangers. The Ibrox club had bids of up to £600,000 for Walker rejected by Hearts in June and have yet to return with another offer. Cathro, the Edinburgh club’s head coach, is irked by constant speculation regarding his player.
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