Date: 2nd December 2016 at 11:44pm
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Dundee United manager Ray McKinnon praised his charges following their 1-0 victory over leaders Hibernian at Tannadice.

Tony Andreu scored the all-important winner from the penalty spot but only after United keeper Cammy Bell had saved Martin Boyle’s early second-half spot-kick.

“I thought the players were terrific from start to finish,” McKinnon told BBC Scotland. “It’s a great three points that keeps the momentum going.

“Cammy Bell has been outstanding for us,” he continued. “He has saved a lot of penalties already this season so we had every confidence.

“Fair play to Simon Murray as I never started him but he came on chased down the ball and won our winning penalty – he gave us a bit of a spark.”