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Second Half - Morton boss David Hopkin made two changes at the beginning of the second half, replacing Sutton and Millar with Blues and Colville, the away side clearly looking to change the pattern of the first half. In the 52nd minute United had the goal of the season chalked off for offside. Neat play from Shankland set up Pawlett with his back to goal. The midfielder quickly did a bicycle kick into the back off the net but the linesman already had his flag up to spoil the party. United did make it 4-0 in the 56th minute and it was Shankland again to complete his hat-trick. Picking the ball up on the left edge of the Morton box the striker danced into position and deftly picked his spot in the Morton net.
Today’s visitors, Greenock Morton, would be looking to make it a Tayside double after their 1-0 win against neighbours Dundee last weekend at Cappielow. Manager David Hopkin, in his first season with the Greenock side, had steered the team to fourth place in the Championship, and would be looking to replicate the kind of form that saw Livingston promoted into the Premiership under his tenure in 2018. First Half - United took an early lead in the 1st minute when a speculative McMullan cross from the right was missed by the Morton defence and it was that man Shankland who was on hand to sweep home past the despairing Rogers.
United made it 3-0 in the 40th minute when McMullan found himself one on one with the goalkeeper. On the right side of the box and around 15 yards out, the winger calmly slotted the ball past Rogers, no less than United deserved for a comprehensive first half. As referee Alan Muir blew for half-time the cheers from around Tannadice tell the players what the fans thought of such a positive display.
United made it 2-0 after only five minutes when Shankland doubled his tally for the day. Neat build-up play by Pawlett and his pass finds the in form striker in space to drill his low first time shot into the net. The ideal start for Robbie Neilson’s side. United continued to press and were unlucky in the 20th minute when a quick taken free-kick by Pawlett saw Shankland through on goal with only the advancing Rogers saving Morton’s blushes. United were playing some lovely football in the first half, with Smith, Pawlett and Spörle all linking up well down the left flank. In the 33rd minute, Harkes was unlucky to see his left foot drive take a deflection and skim past Rogers right hand post. Spörle continued to impress down the left wing and showed plenty of skill as he dribbled past four Morton players, the Argentinian now looking comfortable in that left back position.
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Greenock Morton | Match Preview - Dundee Football Club - Official WebsiteIt’s back to league business this weekend as we take on Greenock Morton at the Kilmac Stadium on Saturday, kick off 3pm. Dundee will look to build on last weekend’s win over Ayr United in the league while Morton are currently on a run of three wins on the trot. The teams met earlier this season at Cappielow and played out a goalless draw. Team News Paul McMullan missed out against Rangers during the week with an injury while Harry Sharp wasn’t left out of the squad due to illness.
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